TIACA has once again emphasised the importance of the air cargo industry during the current COVID-19 pandemic, calling for urgent supportive measures.
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UNHAS is now benefitting from ICAO assistance in delivering reliable and effective passenger and light cargo transportation during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As the consequences of COVID-19 began to impact the air cargo industry in February, IATA data found that cargo demand saw a 1.4 per cent decrease.
New drone footage recorded by Stansted Airport shows the lack of movement at the airport, as well as aircraft parked in all available space.
As efforts to facilitate the movement of cargo amidst the COVID-19 outbreak begin to achieve results, TIACA has called for governments to enable the smoother transportation of air cargo to help combat the health crisis.
Rochelle ‘Chellie’ Cameron, CEO of Philadelphia International Airport, tells International Airport Review about the importance of the airport’s workforce, and the significance of guest experience.
ICAO is urging governments across the globe to improve coordination with aircraft operators and to have a heightened awareness of the impact of COVID-19 on aviation.
TIACA has called for the air cargo industry’s voice to be heard fully by regulators and governments across the globe in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
IATA has emphasised the importance of air cargo in combating the COVID-19 virus, and has called on governments to urgently implement protective measures.
Another stellar performance was recorded by the Vienna Airport Group in 2019, with a record-breaking set of traffic results seeing the group’s airports approach almost 40 million annual passengers. However, its rapid growth is being managed in an environmentally-sensitive way, as its Austrian hub significantly reduced its energy consumption per…
The strategy considers the Oman aviation industry's relationships with other sectors and will work to strengthen the economy by making notable improvements.
In this article, we review which airports handled the largest amount of cargo by metric tonne that passed through the airport.
The programme will aim to reduce audit complexity and duplication for cargo handling facilities and therefore reduce redundant audit efforts by 50 per cent.
The new facility will expand Swissport's handling abilities by almost 50 per cent and strengthen Frankfurt's position as a leading airfreight hub.