12 July 2023
Where now for UK air cargo? A year in review

2022 saw its fair share of challenges within the logistics industry, as the UK continued to navigate post-pandemic life and the government underwent reforms.

3 July 2023
Airlines that adapt quickly will survive likely freight pain in H2

As 2023 soldiers on, the outlook for air freight recovery in the second half appears muted, at best. But airlines claim that the winners will be those that can adapt, and fast.

26 June 2023
Summer capacity boom hits airfreight rates

With the start of Northern Hemisphere airline summer schedules at the start of April, the addition of additional services has meant the addition of significantly more bellyhold capacity in the market.

19 June 2023
Plot a (Positive) Course For Air Freight Rates... if You Dare

Amidst the economic doom and gloom, with claims of a looming recession in the US, voices in air freight are pointing to signs that suggest the year may go out with a (positive) bang.

12 June 2023
Tech firms step up as airlines look to boost cool chain capability

The arms race among airlines in the lucrative and fast-growing pharma and life sciences sector is at full throttle.

8 June 2023
Data shows a sense that air cargo may be returning to normality

The latest industry data indicates a glimmer of hope for the international air cargo industry, with both demand and capacity improving in February and March.

6 June 2023
Regency Freight's Swift Response Ensures Timely Collection and Delivery for Urgent AOG Shipment to Jeddah

In an impressive display of efficiency, Regency Freight swiftly organized the collection and delivery of a time-sensitive Aircraft on Ground (AOG) shipment within a narrow two-hour timeframe.

2 June 2023
Regency Freight Services critical shipment of goods from the UK to China

Regency Freight Services were assigned the task of collecting and repacking an urgent shipment of the below items

30 May 2023
Air cargo stabilises but there are risks ahead

Recent airfreight rate data appears to show that the air cargo market may have reached a new normal but the outlook remains cloudy.

20 April 2023
Supply chain issues hamper Airbus deliveries as Boeing recovers

Boeing deliveries bounced back in Q1, an encouraging development for the aircraft manufacturer – but rival Airbus fell behind due to supply chain and quality issues.

Airbus trailed, at 127 deliveries to Boeing’s 130, in the first three months of the year, a year-on-year reversal of fortunes after Boeing’s dismal Q1 22 performance of just 95 deliveries to Airbus’s 142.

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