TAP Air Cargo joins cargo.one, but online booking platforms still have doubters

July 6, 2020 Alex Lennane

Despite scepticism from various parts of the air cargo industry, booking platforms continue to develop.
The latest news is that TAP Air Cargo has joined cargo.one’s platform, including its cargo-only passenger flights, to give its customers “a seamless booking experience”.
“Cargo.one empowers us to digitise a crucial part of our value chain and thus to increase operational efficiency while at the same time reducing substantial costs,” said Miguel de Paiva Gomes, global chief ...

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