Spring 2018

issue 20

It's Spring again, which brings us to our special Outlook Report for 2018. It features a host of commentaries from some of the biggest names in industry. It also includes an outlook on technology we can expect to see in the coming year.

On top of this we have a wide range of fantastic features that you will not want to miss.

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  • CUSTOMER FOCUS: General cargo on steroids

    Cross-border e-commerce looks set to continue driving a renaissance in air freight, ‘a new normal’, with implications for those that carry, manage, and handle this key growing vertical, reports St...

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  • AIRPORT REPORT: Growth spurt

    After a decade of little development, North America’s airports have resumed investing in expanding and updating their cargo facilities, writes Ian Putzger After a long hiatus, cargo facility ...

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  • HANDLING INTERVIEW: The next phase

    Menzies Aviation already has a significant cargo business, but it wants to do much more, vice president for cargo development Robert Fordree tells Will Waters Robert Fordree returned last October...

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  • MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA FOCUS: Creating a safer cool chain

    Megan Ramsay reports on what the region’s airlines, airports, and cargo handlers are doing to attract and improve handling quality for pharma and perishables shipments The air cargo industry is mov...

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  • SPECIAL REPORT: Outlook 2018

    Selected industry figures outline their expectations for the year – in terms of market developments, industry initiatives, and innovations CAAS invited selected people involved in internati...

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  • TECHNOLOGY FOCUS: The year disruptive technology changed cargo – again

    2018 will be ‘the breakout year for Bluetooth’, enabling an aviation revolution– as the air waybill revolutionised air cargo almost 60 years ago − predicts Ian Craig, MD of Core Transport Tech...

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  • HANDLING TRENDS: Fresh lessons from the pharma field

    IATA is exploring extending its CEIV programme to include certification for live animals handling and the perishables market, reports Will Waters The international Air Transport Association (IATA...

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  • AIRLINE INTERVIEW: Network thinking

    New technology interfaces between stakeholders are set to strengthen the pace of change in air freight, Air France-KLM Cargo EVP Marcel de Nooijer tells Stuart Todd Marcel de Nooijer moved into the...

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