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Volume 15, December 2016 | Contents

Destination growth bookmark
Air Canada is making the most of rapid growth in the number of passenger destinations it serves - and new dedicated freighter services are completing the picture, writes Helen Massy-Beresford
Editorial comment - December 2016 bookmark
Growth in store?
In-depth analysis from Seabury and the positive mood at the TIACA Air Cargo Forum suggest stronger growth is around the corner
Heads together bookmark
Players from across the air cargo industry gathered in Paris for the TIACA Air Cargo Forum in October. Helen Massy-Beresford heard about the big issues of capacity, communication and cooperation – amid a mood of quiet optimism
Leading lights - Charles Keisner, Managing Director of Freight Brokers Ltd bookmark
Charles Keisner started his career in the fur business, before founding Freight Brokers Ltd 11 years ago, a leading international wholesale courier broker specialising in the fashion sector
Live and let fly bookmark
Growing numbers of international horse racing events are driving demand for transporting horses, while more and more domestic dogs and cats are travelling by air too. Owners expect their prize creatures to fly in style, as Kerry Reals finds out
Low cost lift bookmark
Low cost carriers are finally ramping up their push into cargo, with longer routes and more widebody aircraft helping make the case, as Ian Putzger finds out
Outsourcing handling becomes big business bookmark
The trend for outsourcing ground handling among airlines and airports continues and, as Rob Coppinger finds out, the new direction is bigger is better
Regional rise bookmark
BAE Systems’ decision to test whether the market is interested in an Avro RJ freighter conversion highlights a growing niche for regional aircraft, as Helen Massy-Beresford discovers
Riding high bookmark
Technology investments are helping the forwarder maintain its growth rates at above-market levels, as Helen Massy-Beresford finds out
Shifting lift bookmark
Asia’s airports are adapting to a changing world, with growth in demand for transporting products such as pharmaceuticals and e-commerce prompting the evolution, as Ian Putzger discovers
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December 2016

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