Category: Airlines

IAG Cargo cuts its overheads – with overhead drones

“Watching our autonomous drone take off, navigate our warehouse, collect valuable location and barcode data, and then return itself to an origin point for self-charging is an incredible sight, and shows the huge potential that drones have in the aviation and logistics sectors,” reveals Carly Morris, head of innovation at IAG Cargo

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Air cargo peak season with no peak, notes IATA

“Air cargo’s peak season is off to a disappointing start, with demand down 3.5 per cent in October,” observes Alexandre de Juniac, IATA’s CEO. “Demand is set to decline in 2019 overall – the weakest annual outcome since the global financial crisis. It has been a very tough year for the air cargo industry.”

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Paper trail removed from Brussels air cargo collections

Sara van Gelder, the cargo business development manager at Brussels Airport Company, observes: “Drivers typically appreciate the fact that they have easy access to information, are more involved in the process and no longer need to lose time going back and forth between warehouse and reception.”

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