After two years of soaring yields, air cargo carriers are losing altitude in a bumpy market.
But there remain some opportunities for dedicated freighter operations, despite growing capacity concerns.
Last month, DB Schenker launched a weekly all-cargo connection between Chicago and Sydney: a 777-200F departs Chicago on Monday nights, arriving in Australia on Wednesdays.
According to the logistics firm, this is the fastest connection to Australia for shippers in the US Midwest, and …
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