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For International Airport Review, Angela Gittens, Director General of ACI World, previews the World Airport Traffic Report prior to its official publication.
Global trade has witnessed its ninth consecutive month of year-on-year decline in freight volumes, which IATA has put down to raging trade wars.
In an attempt to open an e-commerce gateway with China, Budapest Airport held a workshop to highlight the opportunity BUD presents to the market.
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New partnership will enable continuous and automated tracking of Unit Load Devices both on the ground and in the air with a combination of both freight and movement data.
IATA has released data which reveals that air freight has declined by 4.6 per cent compared to the same period in 2018, the eighth consecutive month of decline.
Despite passenger numbers increasing over 140 per cent, cargo through DWC has declined by 5.3 per cent.
31 July 2019 | By International Air Transport Association (IATA)
This webinar will summarise the latest developments related to baggage tracking and provide an overview of where the industry is at in the implementation of RFID and baggage XML. Industry experts will also share new examples of implementation and IATA will reveal some of the activities planned for 2020. Click…
30 July 2019 | By International Air Transport Association (IATA)
Following on from the first two webinars of this series – which introduced the IATA RFID priority and highlighted some successful deployments – this session will cover the messaging aspect as baggage is moved according to messages that are sent from the airline Departure Control System (DCS) to the baggage…
Airlines, airports and ground handlers face many challenges when it comes to profitable operations and attracting the right talent to their organisation. All too often when we speak to airside businesses, we hear that many of the factors affecting their operations are ”out of our control”.
Despite passenger growth of 2.5 per cent, cargo at Hong Kong International Airport recorded a 6.7 per cent decrease for the first half of 2019.
10 July 2019 | By International Air Transport Association (IATA)
Following on from the first webinar of this series, which introduced the IATA RFID priority, this session focused on adopting and implementing RFID in baggage handling. Participants will be given some practical tools and resources to explore using RFID as a tracking solution for their operations and will be given…
Topping out ceremony marks structural completion of BUD Cargo City’s largest building only nine months after construction began.
According to ACI, air freight has continued to decline whilst passenger traffic has remained resilient with modest growth recorded.