Tuesday 25th Feb 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Air cargo to triple in 20 years

Air freight traffic is expected to almost triple over the next 20 years, leading to a nearly doubling of the world-wide cargo aircraft fleet, according to the just-completed Airbus 2010-2030 Cargo Global Market Forecast

Air cargo growth challenges for Amsterdam

Overall air cargo tonnage handled at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol was up 2.3 per cent for the first nine months compared to the same period in 2010

FIATA warning on imposter emails

FIATA, The International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations, has warned of an imposter posing as the FIATA Secretariat sending spam emails to its members requesting payment and bank details

IATA chief hits out at EU emission trading plans

IATA chief Tony Tyler has called on the EU to abandon its plan to include aviation in its emissions trading scheme arguing that airlines needed to be part of a global scheme rather than a regional one

TIACA calls on EU to postpone emissions trading scheme

The European Union should suspend implementation of its Emissions Trading Scheme for aviation and to instead pursue a global agreement of aviation carbon emissions through the International Civil Aviation Organisation, according to The International Air C

New director general for CLECAT

CLECAT, the European organisation for freight forwarders and customs agents, has chosen Nicolette van der Jagt to take over as director general from 1st January when Marco Sorgetti becomes director general of FIATA

Air cargo sales up 16.3pc at IAG

IAG Cargo, which includes the cargo operations of British Airways and Iberia, increased sales by 16.3 per cent to 592m euros in the first half