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    Air Freight Solutions Simplify the Business Shipment Process

    Shipping for businesses used to be simple on its own. Freight got packed onto a pallet and put on a truck, boat, or railroad car and that was it. A set time-frame was never a problem and nothing more was expected. As business, technology, and transport have all advanced, so has the way shipping is set up. Now there are more options than ever for shipping. Air transport has been added to the mix. It is faster and in many situations less expensive than the more traditional methods. Shipping goods to another state for many years had been limited to truck and rail only. If something was to be transported overseas or brought in from another country, it was loaded on a boat and then onto a truck or railroad car for the rest of the transport. Air transport has definitely increased in popularity because of the additional convenience it offers to both businesses and their customers.

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    By Whom And How Are Air Freight Rates Calculated?

    The pricing of air freight is governed by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) who continues to provide an “Official Rates Policy” which they publish under the title of “The Air Cargo Tariff” (TACT) along with their rules governing transportation. The air freight rates are generally derived from meetings that are held between IATA Regional Tariff Committees and which are subject to international inter-governmental agreements on rate levels by route or country. Those air freight companies who wish to introduce or apply a new rate require the permission of IATA and these rates can often be subject to the relevant country’s government approval. But now generally they are used as guide lines and often no attempt is made by either IATA or governments to enforce their use.

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    Minister of SOEs Review N219 PTDI, National Logistics Distribution Solution Aircraft

    The N219 aircraft specifically designed for mountainous areas of Papua is expected to support the Air Bridge program in accordance with Presidential Regulation no. 70 of 2017 on the Implementation of Public Service Obligations for the Transport of Goods From And To Disadvantaged, Remote, Outermost and Frontier Areas and a solution to open accessibility and connectivity of remote and lagging regions in the mountains of Papua.

    N219 aircraft can reach areas with hilly georafic conditions with short runways and not prepared. N219 aircraft can be a solution to open accessibility and connectivity of the region’s leading, lagging and outlying in the mountains of Papua and West Papua, so that the Government’s single price program can be realized.

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