To coincide with COP26 discussions, The International Air Cargo Association has published the industry’s first Air Cargo Sustainability Roadmap, illustrating the importance of air cargo stakeholders.
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The demand for air cargo services is said to continue in the fourth quarter, according to The International Air Cargo Association, as the aviation industry is set be faced with further challenges.
The project to expand Philadelphia Airport's air cargo facilities has the potential to create more than 28,000 jobs and drive billions of dollars in direct economic impact to the region.
Glyn Hughes, Director General of The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA), discusses the key role that the air cargo industry has played during the COVID-19 pandemic, including the continued transportation of the vaccine, and why airport communities are so important in ensuring the efficient and successful function of air cargo.
The assessment will feed TIACA’s overall sustainability strategy and support enhanced work programmes addressing each of the organisations three key areas.
Following a year-long transformation programme, TIACA has outlined five key challenges that must be addressed to ensure a successful air cargo industry and has made a call to action.
The report outlines the recommended practices to ensure that all vaccine transportation by air meets the highest standards of speed, security, reliability and transparency.
Steven Polmans, Chairman of The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA), tells International Airport Review about the work that is being undertaken to better support the air cargo industry in transporting the vital COVID-19 vaccine across the globe, as well as discussing some of the challenges that come with playing such…
The Changi Ready Taskforce has been set up to better prepare the air cargo community to meet the logistical demands of vaccine distribution.
According to TIACA's air freight readiness survey, only 28 per cent of the industry was found to be feeling well prepared to transport future COVID-19 vaccines.
TIACA’s Board member, Emir Pineda, Manager of Aviation Trade and Logistics at Miami International Airport, answers International Airport Review’s questions regarding how the development and transportation of a COVID-19 vaccine will impact the air cargo sector.
TIACA and Pharma.Aero will work to develop global guidance for the air cargo industry in preparation for the arrival of a COVID-19 vaccine.
The roadmap will support ICAO states in applying the COVID-19 recovery measures outlined by the organisation's CART Report.
Celine Hourcade, TIACA’s Transition Director, details how TIACA’s transformation programme will help the organisation be more relevant, and therefore better support the air cargo sector.
14 May 2020 | By The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA)
Dedicated to supporting the recovery of aviation, Vladimir Zubkov, Secretary General at The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA), will discuss innovative procedures available to protect the air cargo sector, and increase its resiliency in the future.