News / IATA takes a dim view of growth predictions for air freight in 2017
IATA has warned that despite an expected acceleration in the global economy this year, there ...
News / Rising demand the engine for air freight market growth in 2016
The air freight market saw rare growth of more than 3% last year, according to figures released today. IATA’s ...
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IATA has revealed its air cargo data for November, showing that – as predicted – it ...
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India’s competition authority has been ordered to re-investigate claims by air cargo agents that IATA ...
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The air cargo industry has enjoyed some good news lately. And according to this study ...
News / IATA calls on carriers as it steps up its campaign to combat illegal wildlife trade
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has stepped up its efforts to tackle the illegal ...
News / Forwarding paper trail provides stubborn opposition to IATA's electronic air waybills
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has maintained its 2017 electronic air waybill (eAWB) adoption ...
News / Clearer skies for air freight with growth set to continue after 2016 ends on a high note
Favourable one-off incidents and improving performances across European economies caused airfreight to outperform global GDP ...
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Airlines must ban the shipment of defective Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones if they want ...
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