Disruption from Brexit and trade wars could mean uplift for air freight

January 9, 2019 Alex Lennane

The global air freight market is likely to benefit from a no-deal Brexit and from potential crises around the world this year.
While market uncertainty is expected to see fewer forward bookings in air freight, the potential chaos caused by Brexit, or a significant upturn in trade hostilities between the US and China (or anywhere else, for that matter), could see shippers flock to air to ensure timely deliveries.
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