The CNS Partnership Conference is a key component of CNS’ work. It brings together, once a year, the leaders and decision-makers of the industry to explore and influence the future development of air cargo.
The air cargo industry must prepare for the fast-paced growth of eCommerce, which is forecasted to grow at twice the rate of domestic trade at $4.8 trillion in global sales by 2021. Speed and modernization are essential for the sustainability of the industry as consumers’ expectations are more demanding. Meanwhile, security and regulatory compliance must also be kept at the forefront of our daily business. This is a top priority for CNS and all air cargo leaders around the world and will be the key theme for our 30th edition of CNS Partnership Conference. By Partnering for Success, as an industry, joining forces, we can tackle one by one the challenges ahead.
April 27, 2021
United Airlines Holdings Inc. spelled out the travel milestones needed for a return to profitability after posting a bigger-than-expected loss in the first quarter and offering limited insight into its…View Article
Air cargo’s final March figures show a year-on-year (YoY) worldwide growth of 21%. To make any sense of this percentage we need to revisit the detailed results for March 2020,…View Article
United is adding three new flights to its international network, giving travelers more options for summer travel by flying direct to countries that are starting to reopen to vaccinated visitors.…View Article
Effective Saturday, April 17, 2021, the CargoCity South at Frankfurt Airport features a Covid-19 testing centre, offering an opportunity for rapid Antigen and PCR tests. The facility is open to…View Article
United Airlines Holdings Inc. will fly three new seasonal routes to Europe as the carrier tries to capitalize on business in destinations now open to Americans ready to fly internationally.View Article