End of cargo-in-cabin ops will further impact strained capacity

2022 cargo outlook remains strong despite geopolitical challenges, rising fuel prices

Cargo bound for the New York's JFK Airport is secured on seats aboard Onur Air's A330. Photo courtesy of Onur Air.

With sanctions placed on Russia-based carriers, lack of capacity will continue to be a key driver for air cargo, especially as every available freighter is already in high demand. At the height of the pandemic, close to 2,500 freighters and passenger aircraft deployed for cargo-only operations were in use. Of those passenger aircraft, around 400 […]

 

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