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1. Boeing World Air Cargo Forecast
Boeing World Air Cargo Forecast. World air cargo traffic will expand at a 5.9% annual rate over the next two decades, with worldwide air freight traffic expected to triple through 2029, according to the Boeing World Air Cargo Forecast 2010/2011. Boeing released the biennial forecast, which is widely cited by airlines and industry groups, at the International Air Cargo Forum and Exh
2. Boeing Forecasts Long-Term Growth in Air Cargo Traffic
Boeing Forecasts Long-Term Growth in Air Cargo Traffic. Boeing has forecast that world air cargo growth will expand at a 5.8% annual rate over the next two decades, with worldwide air freight traffic tripling through 2027. According to Boeing's World Air Cargo Forecast 2008/2009, air cargo traffic will grow over the long term despite current near-term market weakness and worldwide
3. Gulf Air named Official Sponsor of World Air Cargo Event
Gulf Air named Official Sponsor of World Air Cargo Event. Gulf Air has been named the official carrier of the World Air Cargo Event, which will take place for the first time in the Kingdom of Bahrain, next year. The World Air Cargo Event covers strong themes affecting the air cargo community today. The conference is growing year on year due to its significance in relation to the en
4. IATA Outlines Air Cargo Priorities at World Cargo Symposium
IATA has called on airlines and their partners in the air cargo supply chain, to work together to make air cargo more competitive and address the challenges of safety, security and sustainability. Air cargo is vital to the global economy, transporting more than $5 trillion worth of goods annually, or more than a third of world trade by value. And for airlines, it accounts for about
5. Boeing Forecasts World Air Cargo Traffic to Double in Next 20 Years
Boeing has forecast that air cargo traffic will grow at an annual rate of 4.7% over the next 20 years, with global air freight traffic expected to more than double by 2033. The company released its biennial World Air Cargo Forecast at the International Air Cargo Forum and Exhibition on Tuesday.
6. Boeing Forecasts World Air Cargo Traffic to Grow to Annual Rate of 4.2%
Boeing has forecast that air cargo traffic will grow at an annual rate of 4.2% over the next 20 years, with 930 new and 1,440 converted freighters needed to meet market demand by 2035. The forecast shows markets linked to Asia will lead all other international markets in average air cargo growth. Dedicated freighters still carry more than half of air cargo traffic and remain the le
7. IATA Urges Air Cargo Modernization
IATA has called on the air cargo industry to accelerate modernization and focus on delivering high quality service. The call was made at the 11th World Cargo Symposium, which opened in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday against a backdrop of cautious optimism for the global air cargo sector. After several years of virtually no growth, air cargo demand began to rise in the second half of 2016. Ja
8. Dubai Logistics City to impact Future Air Cargo Growth
Dubai Logistics City to impact Future Air Cargo Growth. Dubai Logistics City (DLC), one of the worlds first truly integrated logistics and multi-modal transport platforms, will have a major impact on future air cargo growth, according to industry veteran Michael Proffitt, on the eve of the third World Air Cargo conference to be held in Bahrain from 12-14 February.

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