In the last few months the air cargo has seen significant growth in demand. COVID-19 grounded many aircraft and created wide-spread disruption, but it also created new demand and opportunities. Successful airlines, freight forwarders and consolidators are finding innovative ways to take advantage of this demand despite initial capacity constraints.
- After a multi-year decline, air cargo volume is up and demand is even higher
- E-commerce air cargo grew 27.6% this year and is one of many factors driving demand
- Disruptions on the ground, at sea and those cause by COVID-19 have driven cargo carriers to adapt
- Air cargo’s flexibility is making it more reliable
The new Cirium air cargo report analyzes why and how cargo has been a bright spot in the aviation industry. The report analyzes the impact of COVID-19 on both supply and demand, what factors are driving growth and how the industry is taking advantage of the dynamic operating environment.
Included in the air cargo report
- Cargo’s impact on aviation recovery
- How air cargo handled disruption and remained nimble
- The current and future state of cargo in the cabin
- The ways cargo can continue to see growth in a post-COVID-19 world
- Commentary and analysis from Cirium researchers and industry executives
- And, much more