Air freight cargo deals for 2019 will include fewer blocked space agreements

January 11, 2019 Alex Lennane

Forwarders and airlines are concluding the first round of negotiations for 2019, which is expected to lead to fewer blocked space agreements (BSAs) than last year.
While both sides expect similar levels of supply and demand this year as last, uncertainty in the market is likely to lead to more ad hoc bookings.
Robert van de Weg, executive vice president of marketing and sales for Volga-Dnepr, said: “I don’t see significant changes, ...

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