Cargo Airlines

Shippers typically turn to cargo airlines such as Lufthansa Cargo and Cathay Pacific for expensive or time-sensitive products such as fast-fashion apparel, pharmaceutical shipments, or fruits and vegetables.


It is imperative that the leadership of cargo airlines adopt new strategies and thinking to ensure that their businesses remain relevant and profitable in the future.

News & Analysis

05 Oct 2016
Global air cargo demand continued to show signs of strength in August.
04 Oct 2016
Nittsu Research Institute and Consulting has announced its expectations for Japan's air cargo trade in fiscal year 2016.
29 Sep 2016
Regulations governing the shipment of lithium ion batteries tested by Samsung phone recall.
28 Sep 2016
Subsidies from Beijing gives air cargo hubs in China a cost structure that is hard for regional competitors such as Hong Kong to match.
26 Sep 2016
Amazon has had to pay a fine for breaching lithium ion shipment rules.
06 Sep 2016
Global air cargo traffic grew at the fastest pace in almost 18 months in July, but yields remain under pressure.
The cash from Korean Air Lines is separate from an earlier announced plan to raise liquidity at Hanjin Shipping.
26 Aug 2016
Korean Air Lines is swooping in to support Hanjin Shipping.
23 Aug 2016
Cargo records at Pactl continue to fall, with the best seven-month total ever posted.
17 Aug 2016
Cathay Pacific sees net profit falling 82 percent in fragile operating environment.
While traffic grew at the fastest clip in more than a year in June, it is still too early to tell if the growth in May and June is the beginning of a trend or just an anomaly.
04 Aug 2016
Global air cargo traffic rose in June at the fastest rate in 14 months.