February 2010


Cover Story

  • On the wings of a recovering market

    While most airlines dread their shareholders’ meeting this year where they have to disclose their massive losses and huge cargo volume decline in 2009, thanks to increased cargo revenue spurred by the global economy’s recovery, lower fuel costs and a stronger South Korean currency in the fourth quarter, Korean Air Cargo is largely spared this fate. As the recovery gathers momentum, the airline is now focused on tapping positive business flows as well as developing new markets.... Read More

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Analysis

  • New report sees recovery underway for air cargo

    Air cargo traffic should grow by about 7-10 per cent this year with a likely recovery to the pre-recession peak by 2012, says the author of a new report on the impact of the global recession on the air cargo industry. By Donald Urquhart.... Read More

Airports

Supplement

Profile

  • Asia will contribute 40% of global trade by 2028

    Despite the temporary set-back from the global economic recession last year, three trade triangles centered on Asia are expected to contribute almost 40 per cent of global trade by 2028, according to DHL Global Forwarding. Donald Urquhart reports.... Read More

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