According to data released by the International Air Transport Association, February air shipment volumes increased 9% compared to the same month in 2019. The results were also 1.5% higher than in January, when air cargo traffic returned to positive territory, plus 1.1% over 2019, from the depths of last spring’s pandemic trough.

Cargo demand is being pulled up by the V-shaped recovery of the global economy and industrial production, roaring e-commerce sales as people spend on goods rather than services, conversion from ocean shipping where transport delays of several weeks are common, and low inventory-to-sales ratios that can mean stockouts if companies don’t use air for replenishment.

Many cargo owners are experiencing wait times of seven to 10 days from the time of booking to acceptance by a carrier because of the shortage of aircraft.

As an airline representative over the last 20 years, this allows us access to aircrafts for scheduled and non scheduled flights for charter transportation. No waiting in lines at the airport when you just need to get somewhere safely and quickly. Both passenger and cargo charters available. Availability when you need it and get it without delay!

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