From Vision to Reality: Airline Digital Cargo Adoption Case Study

Executive Summary

Accelerated by pandemic volatility and remote work, digitized capacity on third party platforms increased more than 400% from the start of 2020 through the end of 2022.

Enough airlines are now leveraging Digital Air Cargo (DAC), enabling instant air cargo rate search and eBooking on third-party platforms like WebCargo to make airlines representing nearly 60% of global capacity available online by 2023 – a more than 17X increase since the end of 2018.

Download this case study for an in-depth analysis of the value realized by airlines after adopting DAC, and enabling instant rate search and eBooking through proprietary portals or third party platforms like WebCargo, including:

  • Improved sales
  • Reduced cost of sales
  • More efficient internal operations
  • Expanded book of businesses
  • An improved corporate muscle for digital