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Cargo feed

Living the dream
North American operators are ramping up capacity but also, as Ian Putzger finds, smaller airports are landing more international freighters, as the traditional gateways are facing constraints
Global gains
Seabury Consulting’s annual analysis in conjunction with Airline Cargo Management shows an air cargo industry enjoying strong growth, driven by a variety of sectors and regions, as Marco Bloemen and Julia de Meij explain
Growing business
Ethiopian Airlines is about to activate its second cargo terminal at Bole International Airport, its operating headquarters. Ian Harbison was invited to Addis Ababa for an exclusive tour
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
Fossil fuel charter resurgence
Oil and gas are making a comeback after a lull last year and a period of meagre investment, delivering a welcome uplift for the charter market. Rob Coppinger has the story
Chasing parcels
Operators are looking to grow as rising e-commerce fuels demand in the Asia-Pacific region, says Ian Putzger
China potential
Malaysia Airlines’ cargo arm is looking forward to building on a rationalisation of capacity to drive forward its business, with a specific focus on China, as Helen Massy-Beresford discovers
All change
Alaska Airlines is on the brink of a second transformation, one even more cataclysmic than the previous round, as Ian Putzger discovers
Asia feeds transpacific recovery
Ian Putzger finds out how demand for perishables has been boosting routes from the Americas to Asia and explores what lies in store for this route’s traffic
Looking south
Latin American airports are seeking to accelerate growth with special cargo, as Ian Putzger discovers