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African/Latam airlines beat global peers in June cargo volumes

5 Aug 2022 8:15 AM GMT
African airlines introduced additional capacity (10.3%) above June 2021 levels; Latam airlines hiked capacity by 29.5%.

Government support needed for safe lithium batteries transport

21 Jun 2022 1:03 PM GMT
To assure the safety of various items delivered by air, comprehensive standards that are widely applied are required

Governments, aviation industry should work together to counter disruptions due to 5G rollout: IATA

21 Jun 2022 12:36 PM GMT
'Maintaining current levels of safety of passengers, flight crews, and aircraft must be govts’ highest priorities'

IATA says incentives needed to increase SAF production

21 Jun 2022 12:15 PM GMT
Airlines have signed $17bn of forward-purchasing agreements for SAF; 30 billion litres production possible by 2030.

IATA says global cargo revenue to be $191bn in 2022

20 Jun 2022 10:36 AM GMT
Industry likely to carry over 68mn tonnes cargo in 2022; yields expected to fall 10% YoY on soft trading environment.

Omicron, conflict push cargo demand lower in April: IATA

10 Jun 2022 8:14 AM GMT
Asia-Pacific airlines saw volumes decline nearly 16%, weakest performance of all regions

Dachser achieves IATA CEIV Pharma recertification in Hyderabad, Mumbai

6 Jun 2022 11:09 AM GMT
Hyderabad and Mumbai airport locations obtain recertification for transport of life science and healthcare products.

Global air cargo demand up 2.9% YoY in Feb; capacity12.5% above: IATA

6 April 2022 2:47 PM GMT
While the global capacity was 12.5 percent above February 2021, it is still 5.6 percent below February 2019 levels.

'The air cargo industry should also encourage more awareness, create more visibility, improve the level of competency and quality management'

6 March 2022 7:37 AM GMT
Dmitriy Kulish, Director for Hi-Tech and Automotive, Volga-Dnepr Group which also has the scheduled air cargo carrier AirBridgeCargo Airlines (ABC)...

'There continues to be work on developing a packaging standard that can be used to verify that the package is capable of containing a fire event'

5 March 2022 7:30 AM GMT
Regulations need to stay one step ahead of the enforcement, as do regulators. David Brennan, Assistant Director Cargo Safety & Standards, IATA...

Lithium shipments- can the industry get its act together?

4 March 2022 9:21 AM GMT
Lithium batteries have been known to cause spontaneous ignition and uncontrollable fire on aircraft. How can the industry fight misdeclaration, wrong...

'The regulation needs to start much earlier in the supply chain, and it must be sufficient to deter bad behaviour'

3 March 2022 6:22 AM GMT
Under our #SafetoFly campaign, Guillaume Halleux, Chief Officer Cargo of Qatar Airways talks about compliance, handling of mis-declared or poorly...
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