India is a “highly important market,” according to Europe’s IAG Cargo, which covers the cargo operations of five airlines, and the company intends to do more business there.
By the winter of 2022, 112 weekly trips between India and London would be offered, according to IAG Cargo.
This will surpass the 104 weekly services that ran between the two locations in the pre-pandemic period, which is January and February 2019, by a significant margin.
India has long been a prominent nation; nevertheless, the import market into India is currently expanding rapidly.
Our demand is much more evenly distributed both into and out of India, which is fantastic for air cargo since it is typically one-way.
According to Cheetham, the demand scenario is anticipated to be difficult and that it could face obstacles due to worries about a recession, rising interest rates, and gasoline prices.
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