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airport to airport

what does airport to airport mean?

Airport to airport is a term describing when cargo is transported between airports and does not stop at any other location.

HOW DOES TRANSPORTING CARGO BY AIRPORT TO AIRPORT WORK?

After a shipper has arranged for delivery of items to a consignee using the air cargo services of a courier and has completed all necessary paperwork, the items will be packaged, according to the requirements of the courier the shipper has selected. The courier will either pick up or collect the items and transport them to an air cargo terminal, such as Manchester's World Freight Terminal. Here, the items will undergo checks to ensure that the goods are safe for transport and all paperwork will be double-checked. Once the the goods have been cleared for transport, the items will be stored onto a pallet and loaded onto an airplane.

Once the airplane has landed at it's destination, cargo will be unloaded, further security and paperwork checks will be made, before the carrier starts processing the goods through it's delivery chain, in order for the items to successfully reach the consignee.

WHICH CARRIERS SEND GOODS VIA AIRPORT TO AIRPORT

Most leading carriers operate their own airlines which are used to transport goods between airports. Examples of such airlines include:

  • DHL Aviation
  • UPS Airlines
  • FedEx Express

In addition to carrier airlines, many airline companies also operate cargo divisions. These include:

  • Qatar Airways Cargo
  • Emirates SkyCargo
  • Cathay Pacific Cargo
  • Korean Air Cargo
  • Lufthansa Cargo
  • Cargolux
  • Turkish Airlines
  • China Southern Airlines Cargo
  • United Airlines Cargo Division
  • British Airways Cargo Division
  • Asiana Airlines Cargo Division
  • Polar Air Cargo
  • American Airlines Cargo Division
  • Air France Cargo Division
  • KLM Cargo Division
  • EVA Air Cargo Division
  • Etihad Airways Cargo Division



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