German air freight sector calls for innovation and digitalisation push at Frankfurt Airport

November 23, 2018 Alex Lennane

The German air freight community has called for greater digitisation and innovation in a bid to make their airports – especially Frankfurt – more competitive.
Following severe congestion problems during last year’s peak season at Frankfurt, the Board of Airline Representatives in Germany (Barig) has met to discuss ways to ease the problems.
Frankfurt has also suffered from high prices, which has led to some movement towards smaller airports.
“In order to cope with capacity ...

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