Clearjet leverages narrowbody aircraft for air service at ground rates

Capt. John

Narrowbody passenger aircraft are considered the wasteland of the shrinking landscape of U.S. air cargo. 

Most shippers and freight forwarders shun the aircraft type because, by definition, it lacks widebody capabilities to handle larger volumes. Like their widebody counterparts, narrowbodies are beholden to passenger schedules, which often don’t conform with shipping needs. In a domestic environment dominated by surface transportation, narrowbodies are seen as a square peg in a round hole.


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