The air-cargo industry, buffeted by the 2008 global financial crisis, is beginning a slow climb to returning to historic norms of growth, the IATA said at its AGM in Cancun. The cargo industry has suffered from a variety of challenges, IATA global head of cargo Glyn Hughes said. First, global trade remains weak, although it is showing signs of recovery. Second, there is too much capacity in the market, as new passenger aircraft with significant belly-hold cargo capacity have come ...

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