What isn't measured doesn't change.

April, Singapore Airlines joined the WebCargo platform with routes from the Netherlands, Qatar Airways Cargo added new routes from Europe to EVN and TBS and increased its maximum bookable weight and capacity for shipments from Kenya, Silk Way West added eBookings from Switzerland, Air Canada Cargo launched eBookings from Mexico City (MEX) and Felipe Ángeles (NLU), and American Worldwide Agencies launched for shipments from the United States to Australia.

WebCargo launched digital interlining for airlines nearly a year ago, so this month’s highlights section features comments from some airlines already leveraging digital interlining to form new partnerships on the platform. These carriers share their motivation for trying the new solution and some of the benefits they’re already realizing. 

You can also read our full blog post on the topic here

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 - May 2024