Global Air Cargo Business Is Still Recovering From Recession

Credit: Airbus/P. Pigeyre
The Icelandic ash cloud. The financial crisis. Attacks by the Islamic State group. None of these things have made it easy for the air cargo segment to adapt to evolving and complex market forces. Due to its high cost, airfreight is traditionally made up of high-end consumer goods, the sorts of...

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