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Volume 18, June 2019 | Contents

A triple threat bookmark
With the 777X, Boeing is bringing the 777 convincingly up to date, so what will the next generation aircraft mean for cargo carriers? And what are the prospects for P2F conversions of older airframes? Paul E Eden asks
Freighter’s paradise bookmark
Anchorage International Airport is a gateway between two major freight markets. Now the Alaskan hub is targeting new routes and buffing up cargo capacity. Ian Putzger reports
Handled with care bookmark
Some high-profile incidents relating to the transportation of hazardous materials have emerged, and despite the risks involved, the air cargo industry is beefing up the detection of hazardous freight, as Ian Putzger finds
Keeping cool bookmark
As global appetite for fresh perishables continues to rise, operators are stepping up their investment in cool chain capabilities, aiming for improved visibility and quality standards. Ian Putzger reports
Setting standards bookmark
The need for globally recognised standards for pharmaceutical product handling has gained momentum in the past year. Keith Mwanalushi discusses some of the key issues that have arisen
Special delivery bookmark
Transporting healthcare products by air demands a rigorous logistical approach, and with ever-tightening government regulation, Keith Mwanalushi finds that cold chain logistics must continuously adapt to stringent procedures
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