airfreight : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v transport (cargo) by air
- To dramatize Braniff Airways' airfreight division, Zieff shows a man crated and shipped by air, arriving at his destination with not a hair out of place.
- Reason: the flourishing airfreight industry that allows fish brokers to deliver Atlantic Ocean bluefin overnight to Tokyo's sashimi market, where a single fish can fetch $80,000 or .
- Pan American's airfreight business via Kennedy Airport was up a third over last October.
- Willie Walsh in Wall Street Journal
For UK-based airfreight operations, the tax would be disastrous--and lead to the mass export of freight jobs to other countries,Walsh said.
- Emperor Titus in Manila Bulletin
Cathay Pacific general manager for cargo sales & marketing Titus Diu said: "The sharp drop in tonnage compared to the previous year highlights the continued weakness of the global airfreight business, and the fierce competition in shrinking markets...
- Louis Spohr in Logistics Manager
Lufthansa Cargo chairman Carsten Spohr, said: "Italy is Europe's major airfreight market after Germany: The Lufthansa Cargo Group with Jade Cargo International is already connecting the Italian market with direct flights to industrial centres in...