Freighters still managing to find their niche in a bumpy air cargo market

April 3, 2019 Alex Lennane

After two years of soaring yields, air cargo carriers are losing altitude in a bumpy market.
But there remain some opportunities for dedicated freighter operations, despite growing capacity concerns.
Last month, DB Schenker launched a weekly all-cargo connection between Chicago and Sydney: a 777-200F departs Chicago on Monday nights, arriving in Australia on Wednesdays.
According to the logistics firm, this is the fastest connection to Australia for shippers in the US Midwest, and ...

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