It’s kind of ironic that tasks that used to get us out of the house—shopping for groceries, new shoes, a bicycle pump or even furniture—now are frequently done from home with a few clicks. A few days or hours later, the e-commerce goods arrive at your door. Many of these goods travel by air, driving air cargo to increase 4.2% per year over the next two decades, according to Boeing’s latest biennial World Air Cargo Forecast. The International Air Transport ...

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