The current air traffic restrictions in Europe has had a huge impact on air freight, first and foremost a huge backlog of freight at airports in Europe and at airports with cargo flights destined to Europe?
Once this backlog is cleared, what do you think will be the long-term effects?
- will we see a decline in air freight, because it is deemed unreliable, and thus
- will we see an increase in other cargo transportation modes (sea, rail, road)?
- will we see air cargo businesses go bankrupt?
- will we see a movement away from global sourcing and towards local sourcing
- will we see higher charges for air cargo (as business are trying to catch up on lost revenue)?
What do you think? And what will happen if the cloud does not clear?
I see you're looking for an answer that has been thought through. I was just looking at the headline question and I was going to answer:
"It will be delivered!?!"