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97. Delta Cargo Launches API Connection for Customers
Cargo customers can now connect their own operating platforms directly to Delta Cargo using Deltas free Application Program Interface (API). The connective technology enables Delta Cargo customers to seamlessly send and receive real-time requests directly from their own system.
98. Etihad Cargo Strengthens Sales Operations in India
Etihad Cargo is strengthening its operations in the Indian cities of Mumbai, Bengaluru, Delhi and Chennai, by adding a new cargo sales team. The airline has also appointed AVS Cargo Management Services as its General Sales Agent (GSA) partner.
99. Korean Air to establish New Cargo Terminal at Tianjin Binhai International Airport
Korean Air to establish New Cargo Terminal at Tianjin Binhai International Airport. Korean Air, the world's largest commercial cargo carrier in terms of FTK (freight ton-kilometers) volume, is strengthening its position in the China market with the establishment of a new cargo terminal at the Tianjin Binhai International Airport through a joint venture with Sinotrans Air Transporta
100. Lufthansa Cargo to Launch Manaus Flights
Lufthansa Cargo to Launch Manaus Flights. Lufthansa Cargo is to expand its route network in South America next year. Pending regulatory approval, the cargo airline will begin serving the Brazilian metropolis of Manaus for the first time, on 21 January 2011.
101. Qantas to Train Nippon Cargo Pilots
Qantas to Train Nippon Cargo Pilots. Qantas Group Flight Training and Nippon Cargo Airlines this week signed a five-year contract for Qantas to provide Boeing 747-400 training for up to 200 Nippon Cargo Airlines pilots.
102. Global Air Cargo Demand Up 9% on Pre-COVID Levels
IATA's February 2021 data for global air cargo markets shows that demand, up 9% on February 2019, continued to outperform pre-COVID levels. February's air cargo demand also showed strong month-on-month growth on January 2021 levels. Volumes have now returned to 2018 levels seen prior to the US-China trade war. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 7 April 2021.
103. Not Enough Air Cargo Capacity to Meet Demand
Asia-Pacific airlines saw demand for international air cargo fall by 15.9% in March 2020, compared to the same month in 2019. Seasonally adjusted cargo demand fell by 3.0% compared to February 2020, to levels last seen in the third quarter of 2013. International capacity decreased 27.8%.
104. Air Cargo Demand Reaches Record High in March 2021
IATA's March 2021 data for global air cargo markets shows that air cargo demand continued to outperform pre-COVID levels (March 2019) with demand up 4.4%. Demand in March 2021 reached the highest level recorded since the series began in 1990. Month-on-month demand also increased albeit at a slower pace than the previous month with volumes up 0.4% in March over February 2021 levels.

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