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Upholding pharma standards
Our editor Keith Mwanalushi discusses the air cargo industry's adoption of new standards for the transportation of pharmaceutical goods
Leading lights – Barry Nassberg
Airline Cargo Management speaks with Barry Nassberg, Group Chief Commercial Officer, Worldwide Flight Services
No business like show business
Getting outsized film props and equipment to the right place at the right time is big business for air freight operators. Kerry Reals investigates
Budapest Airport
The Hungarian capital’s airport is investing heavily, hoping to take full advantage of economic and industrial growth in the region and the resulting impact on demand for cargo. Helen Massy-Beresford finds out more
Chasing parcels
Operators are looking to grow as rising e-commerce fuels demand in the Asia-Pacific region, says Ian Putzger
Regional trailblazer
The first commercial flight of the ERJ 145 occurred 20 years ago with US airline Continental Express. Angus Mackay and Stuart Rubin from ICF International provide a market review of its commercial operations
Fuel for thought
The price of oil is a constant threat to profitability, but air freight’s fuel surcharges can be a legal problem as well as a competitive one, as Rob Coppinger discovers
Fuel for thought
The price of oil is a constant threat to profitability, but air freight’s fuel surcharges can be a legal problem as well as a competitive one, as Rob Coppinger discovers
Sky high
Emirates SkyCargo is expecting its business to grow, but with fuel prices set to aggravate the perennial problem of falling yields, the company is bracing for a challenging 2017.
Pharma focus
The second FlyPharma Conference was held on 7 and 8 June in Brussels, the hub where the top pharmaceutical companies worldwide all have key operations