India needs more major air cargo hubs to attract transhipment traffic

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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