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Air Cargo

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Air Cargo accounts for a relatively small percentage of world trade when calculated by overall volume (approximately 10%). However, when the type or value of products being transported is taken into account (technology, business services, pharmaceuticals), its importance significantly increases. If something needs to be where it’s going quickly, especially when the destination is international, air cargo plays an essential role in that supply chain. High-speed delivery has become essential to our economy, as more companies opt to receive goods and bring them directly to market, thus avoiding costs associated with inventory, warehousing and logistics. Air cargo reduces the 30-day shipping time of ocean transport to less than 48 hours. When fruits, vegetables and flowers need to be sent from remote agricultural reasons to major cities around the world, companies rely on air cargo to deliver these products on time. That capability has also been a boon to economic development in the places where these perishable goods are produced.

American Airlines Cargo carries shipments of export cargo and import cargo in international trade between LAX and AKL.

American Airlines Cargo Grows Service Between LAX And New Zealand

Honey, Meat, Fish and Fresh Fruit Among the Cargoes Carried

Since American Airlines Cargo launched a new service between Los Angeles (LAX) and the New Zealand city of Auckland (AKL) in mid-2016, the carrier has seen consistent, rapid expansion—a developing story perfectly illustrated by the short notice shipment of a world renowned honey. Manuka honey, lauded for its healing properties, is produced in New Zealand… Read More


Software helps air carrier plan loads of air shipments of export cargo and import cargo in international trade.











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