What isn't measured doesn't change.

In February, Virgin Atlantic joined WebCargo enabling eBookings from Belgium, France, Germany, India, the Netherlands, South Africa, UK and USA.  Avianca added eBooking from Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay, Peru, and Uruguay; Chapman Freeborn opened new routes from Germany to Douala and Nairobi; Carousel Logistics launched from the Netherlands to Birmingham; Emirates SkyCargo increased its maximum weight to 3,000kgs/20m3; Japan Airlines launched in Denmark, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Japan and Sweden; and Plus Ultra, in association with GSA Summerwind, opened routes from Spain to Peru, Colombia and Venezuela. Finally, Norse Atlantic Airways launched from London to airports across the United States. 

This month’s report features Q+A with Joyce Tai, EVP Worldwide Partnerships, Freightos Group, discussing the recent trends in Indian air cargo and how they align with opportunities for digital air adoption, the current state of digital air cargo in India, and also, some initiatives WebCargo has introduced to support the Indian market.

Read the full report that includes air cargo industry digitization updates such as:

  • Percentage of air cargo capacity available for eBooking
  • Airline eBooking efficiency
  • WebCargo progress
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eBooking Report - March 2024