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Mexico fires on
Carriers are finding good volumes in Mexico, especially from the automotive industry, while perishables are also picking up. But poor infrastructure and airport congestion means that road feeder services are also in demand, as Ian Putzger discovers
Growing without pain?
Uli Ogiermann has overseen enormous change as head of Qatar Airways Cargo. Not only is the carrier’s capacity growing, but its headcount is too, with more executives being lured to the wealthy upstart. Alexandra Lennane reports
Through new glasses
Air cargo has been slow to embrace new technologies, but with forward-looking companies such as DHL aiming to turn innovation into a competitive advantage, and with IATA launching a new award, the industry is slowly progressing, finds Ian Putzger

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Autonomous freight drones: a revolution in air cargo?

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AirBridgeCargo Airlines reports sustainable growth with tonnage up 17%
AirBridgeCargo Airlines (ABC) is heading into the final quarter of 2015 with sustained growth after reporting a 17% year-on-year rise in tonnage for the opening eight months of the year.

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Boeing and Korean Air today finalised an order for five 777 Freighters

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