Feb – Mar 2019

issue 24

The great thing about commissioning a dozen people, each with slightly different perspectives on the market, to write about their expectations for the year is that a whole variety of different topics are raised. Highlights for me within our Outlook 2019 report, starting on page 40, include observations about the greater focus on ‘challenger’ hubs and the logistics networks developing around them, and how the focus on specialist products has reached a tipping point..

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  • The ‘Sun Belt’ strategy

    Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) has embarked on an ambitious plan to become the number one North American gateway between Asia and Latin America, in passenger and in cargo – and the ai...

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  • The Brexit Conundrum

    Air cargo players and the wider freight transport and logistics sector − and their customers − continue to face an unnerving level of uncertainty and planning challenges over the UK’s planned de...

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  • Ready for Leaner Times

    Cargolux president and CEO Richard Forson is expecting tougher times ahead for his company and the air cargo industry in general after two stand-out years in 2017 and 2018. Nevertheless, the Luxembour...

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  • Digital Opportunities

    What is SAS Cargo doing to digitalise its processes and operations? We have had quite a success with our online booking portal since we launched it in 2015. We put a lot of efforts into constantly ...

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  • Special cargo on the rise

    As the global air freight sector emerges from a fairly lacklustre peak season and second half of 2018, the situation remains relatively buoyant in the Middle East region, with the market for the regio...

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  • Weaker economic outlook clouds prospects for 2019

    Stalling world trade growth in the final quarter of 2018 that contributed to a slight fall in air freight traffic figures during the final months of last year have led the International Air Transport ...

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  • A second chance

    Through over 40 years of the broadest work experience possible in air cargo, I believe I can now safely say I know what we did wrong as an industry, as well as having insight in the possibilities to c...

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