Air freight prices jump ‘by more than a third’ as airlines use passenger space to carry cargo

Airlines are increasingly using passenger planes as freight carriers to meet the growing demand for cargo by air.

About half of the world’s air cargo is usually transported in passenger jet bellyholds, but with consumer flights starkly declining since the start of the pandemic, freight forwarders are using passenger spaces to increase their air cargo services.

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