Full freighter movements at Schiphol Airport dropped 11.6% in November, a 1% decline in cargo volumes, as arguments over slots continue.
Despite the double-digit freighter drop, however, it seems shippers made better use existing capacity, with the 1% dip contrasting with October’s 6% volume downturn.
The airport’s head of cargo, Jonas Van Stekelenburg, said improved volumes were largely helped by additional slots and a “strong” market.
Schiphol’s slots problem has spurred IATA to continue to …
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Source: The Loadstar