air freight


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air freight

n
freight transported by aircraft
vb
(tr) to send (goods) to their destination by aircraft
Translations

air freight

1. n (mode of transport) → spedizione f merci per via aerea; (goods) → carico spedito per via aerea
2. adv (send) → per via aerea
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In 2017, air freight volumes at Dubai International Airport are expected to grow 5% in 2017, and increase at a CAGR of 3.
Driven by robust economic growth, Middle East carriers saw the strongest growth in freight on demand gains even as global air freight markets recorded a slowdown in June, data from the International Air Transport Association (IATA) said.
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The European air freight hubs of Amsterdam (AMS), Frankfurt (FRA) and Paris (CDG) rebounded from the woes of the Euro area crisis in 2013 to growth levels of 14.
The findings released in IATA's monthly air freight market analysis found that Middle Eastern "regional carriers continuing to expand capacity and network reach.
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Parcel delivery company UPS (NYSE:UPS) has extended the UPS Paperless Invoice service to international air freight shipments, the company said on Monday.
Rover Air Freight has announced that it has started offering it's international freight services.
She will be responsible for the improvement and re-evaluation of GAC's air freight purchasing activities, with special focus on adding value and maximising savings.
Improved planning would reduce emergency "top-ups" where air freight is used to fill unexpected gaps on shelves.