In a bid to help shippers and forwarders understand air freight rates better, Tiaca is urging the air cargo industry to adopt dynamic load factors.
The move follows a poll of its members revealed that only 2% thought the industry should stick with traditional weight-based load factors.
However, IATA appears resistant to the change, which would help buyers of air freight, as well as governments and regulatory authorities, better understand aircraft utilisation.
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Source: The Loadstar