To achieve aviation policy target, air cargo industry must grow at 12.9% annually

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“There is an urgent need to uplift Indian cargo market to achieve the overall vision of the aviation ministry,” observed the joint study by Assocham and consultancy firm Auctus Advisors.

The report suggested implementing a rating system for cargo terminals in-line with ASQ (Airport Service Quality) ratings at passenger terminal to motivate operators to improve infrastructure and provide superior quality of services.

The report noted that there is an urgent need for creating adequate freight carrying capacity within Indian air network through creation of new cargo terminals and expansion of the existing ones, besides undertaking pro-active measures to identify tier-2 and tier-3 cities for setting up common user domestic cargo terminal (CUDCT).

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