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Record growth in Air Freight at Reno-Tahoe International

By Dan Boaz | Mar 3, 2016

Very encouraging news for Nevada as Reno-Tahoe International Airport announced that record setting air freight tonnage passed through the airport in 2015. Overall the results were exceptional with totals reaching more than 138 million pounds of air cargo over the course of the year, a 7 percent increase over 2014.

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Air Freight markets show growth in September

By Dan Boaz | Nov 5, 2015

The latest study from the International Air Transport Association (IATA) showed that global air freight markets reported growth in the month of September. Based on air freight tonnage, total volume improved by 1.0% versus September of 2014 which compares favorably with August when air freight totals were remained level.

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Paris Air Show leaves air freight industry buoyant about the future

By Dan Boaz | Jun 25, 2015

The recently completed Paris Air Show has sent very positive news to Boeing and to a lesser extent Airbus Industries about the future health of the global air freight industry. Directly contradicting the prediction of many analysts Boeing came away from the Paris show in bouyant mood about the direction that the freighter market is likely to take in the mid-term.

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New construction at Honolulu International Airport will improve air freight services

By Dan Boaz | Jun 12, 2015

For domestic and international air freight Hawaii is uniquely situated and deeply dependent on air cargo services and the growth in this arena continues. Located over 2,000 miles from the U.S. west coast and almost 3,900 miles from Japan, Honolulu International Airport is a key ecomonic hub for the islands.

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Global air freight market experiences a slower yet more diversified April

By Dan Boaz | Jun 3, 2015

After a promising beginning to 2015 international air freight volumes have shown some concerning drops versus 2014 over recent months. New data released from WorldACD shows that the international air cargo market has both diversified and diminished during the first third of the new year.

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