India’s airlines and airports need more international cargo to meet the country’s ambitious throughput targets, say stakeholders.
The goal for India’s airports is to handle 10m tonnes of cargo a year by 2027 – almost triple the current rate.
And Sanjiv Gupta, CEO of cargo carrier SpiceXpress, cautioned that domestic cargo alone wouldn’t be enough, adding on a webinar by Transport Logistic: ““We have to change our approach and become the preferred transhipment …
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