Singapore’s Changi Airport will offer S$14 million ($10.7 million) in incentives to cargo operators in an attempt to boost freight handling demand. Changi Airport Group (CAG) has said it will extend a 30% landing fee rebate for scheduled cargo service up to April 2017, and will also apply more of what it calls “cost relief against the backdrop of a challenging outlook for the global airfreight industry.” The assistance will come in the form of a one-off Special Assistance ...

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