Domestic airfreight avenues pose challenges in North America

July 10, 2020 Alex Lennane

As national and regional governments have eased restrictions imposed to halt the spread of Covid-19, bellyhold capacity is coming back, but the resumption of passenger services is not a straightforward increase in activity.
Air Canada (AC) has been stepping up its operations, notably cargo missions, but on some sectors in the domestic arena management felt compelled to throttle down. At the end of June it suspended 30 domestic routes in response ...

The post Domestic airfreight avenues pose challenges in North America appeared first on The Loadstar.

Previous Article
Manston Airport owner gets green light to develop a new air freight hub
Manston Airport owner gets green light to develop a new air freight hub

The industry has cautiously welcomed news that the UK’s Manston Airport has been given the go-ahead to beco...

Next Article
As UK freeport consultation ends, Teesside eyes ‘investment and jobs boost’
As UK freeport consultation ends, Teesside eyes ‘investment and jobs boost’

The UK government will on Monday end industry consultation on proposals to build up to 10 freeports around ...