One of the most reliable options of cargo transfer not only across the USA, but also worldwide is air transportation. Besides, transportation of goods by air is also the fastest, also our company can offer flight by charter flights. So, for example, if you need to carry out urgent delivery of freight from New York to Moscow, then air transportation of freights for this purpose has to be used.

Main directions: Africa, Afghanistan, China, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Turkey, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Belarus, Russia, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Europe, Iraq, Dubai, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Colombia, Argentina, Mexico, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Korea, Japan, Mongolia, India.

The main problem of air transportation was always their relative high cost. The modern transport logistics considering a large amount of nuances allowed to reduce the price considerably of process of air transportation including air transportation of freights. Also properly the equipped planes possess the convenient system of placement of freights by means of which it is possible to save the place that is very important for reduction in cost of cargo transportation.

Terminal processing of freights is a booking, customs registration, loading and unloading, packing and some other services which are necessary for implementation of safe and most effective delivery of freight by the «Aero Deluxe» company from a point “A” in a point of “B”. In our cargo terminals there is a possibility of marking of freight, warehousing of perishable goods in refrigerators and so on.

Air transportation of freights means definition of freights to a certain class. For example, to transport special freight, it is necessary to use instructions special in this respect, proceeding from its classification. Often cargo carriers should provide certain conditions of air flight, loading and unloading works. In general transportation of special freights is more expensive because in this case it is necessary to use bigger quantity of resources, to involve the corresponding experts, to carry out collecting necessary allowing documents.

It is necessary to understand that cargo transportation by air often is the only option of delivery of freight. It concerns not only deliveries of freight to other continents and islands, but also transportation to the remote regions of the USA and the whole world.

Transportation of goods by planes often joins in the multimodal scheme of cargo transportation. The matter is that need for use of additional vehicles, for example trucks can be necessary for direct delivery of freight to the consignee. The transport and logistic companies having the corresponding experience and resources necessary for this purpose are engaged in multimodal cargo transportation.

Aviation starts from the ground!

The ground operations environment is becoming increasingly complex. The emergence of modern relationships with suppliers has led to significant changes in the aviation ground handling sector, which has led to an increase in the number of airlines that outsource their ground handling services. With the advent of new suppliers and niche service providers, the market landscape is changing, which requires complex management.

Numbers and only them …

According to IATA, at least 50% of ground operations at airports in the world are carried out by third-party suppliers. In all likelihood, this number is even higher! In addition to this, even when airlines carry out independent work, this is increasingly carried out through separate corporate organizations that operate at arm’s length from the parent company, similar to a third-party supplier.

Over the past ten years, an area of ​​significant growth has been the increase in the number of ground service providers. These are organizations that specialize in one particular area in order to develop economies of scale that do not exist for the average ground handling agent. This may include technical tasks requiring investment in people, such as:

​• Providing centralized load control or flight planning services;

• Use of special ground equipment, such as air launches and de-icing equipment.

A niche provider can be entered into directly with the airline (first level provider) or through a ground handling agent (second level provider).

Representation and reality … The ground handling sector of the aviation industry is larger than most people think. This is often a very vicious department, usually seen as a group of overpaid bag throwers. The reality, however, is completely different: the industry is developing with the introduction of new technologies that redefine the role of ground personnel.The equipment used is high-tech heavy equipment, and staff must become more specialized in response to technological changes. In the Australian environment, the ground handling sector accounts for 17-18% of all aviation personnel, and the ground handling sector represents 13% of the industry’s total turnover. From these figures, the success or failure of the ground handling sector is key to the success or failure of the airline.

Despite this growth and complication, existing management practices and communications between airlines, airports and ground services have not developed at the same pace. An airline can say that they know who their suppliers are, but does the airline know who provides services to these suppliers? As a ground handling agent, do all management levels know who their suppliers are? Failure to understand who is part of your supply chain can have serious consequences. We can turn to other industries to see the impact that an ineffective understanding of supply chain management can have.

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