Amsterdam Schiphol airport blames cargo slowdown on US West Coast port congestion

Amsterdam Schiphol airport blames cargo slowdown on US West Coast port congestion

Amsterdam Schiphol airport said cargo traffic got off to a slow start this year because increased trans-Pacific shipper demand for air cargo services due to U.S. West Coast port congestion is diverting freighters from Asia-Europe routes to the Pacific.

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