The war of words and threats is finally over; rather, the fighting has, at least, been delayed for a little bit. In the battle over the European Union’s emissions trading scheme, EU Climate Commissioner Connie Hedegaard saw that it was the EU versus the world and graciously acquiesced to the rest of the industry’s wishes. She stood resolute for a while, but ideas, which some would call misguided, will only go so far — especially if nobody backs you up. read more
Air Cargo World Magazine - Editorial
There are two dates circled on the calendar in red. Dec. 3, 2012. Jan. 1, 2013. Those two deadlines are of paramount importance to those in the worldwide air cargo industry for two very different reasons. read more
We’re now, officially, entering the home stretch toward the end of the year. What better way to celebrate than a ranking of the top airports in the world? Yes, when you look at the list compiled by Airports Council International, you’d likely first see some depressing figures. In the year-over-year column, there are a lot of negative numbers. Don’t be depressed!
As we leave summer behind and enter the very beginning stages of what many hope will be a busy fall and winter for those in the air cargo supply chain, we decided to take a look at how carriers and forwarders stacked up last year using freshly released rankings from International Air Transport Association and Armstrong & Associates. read more