At the start of the year, European cargo operators were optimistic after a strong 2018, bolstered by a robust demand for transporting fresh fruit, fish and flowers, electronics and fashion items as well as pharmaceuticals, and more, by air. There were some clouds on the horizon, of course—Brexit, trade tensions and high fuel prices—but the mood was optimistic.  Almost halfway through 2019, there has been a marked shift, with cargo operators now expressing much more ...

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