With mega deal, Sats on path to becoming global supply chain leader

Sats itself has a prominent footprint in East Asia. PHOTO: SATS LTD
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SINGAPORE - During the last two years, cargo accounted for some 40 per cent of global airline revenue.

While Singapore Airlines planes flew with a fraction of the passengers it normally carries in 2020 and early 2021, its bellyholds were full of cargo. Some flights even had seats removed to make way for food, vaccines and widgets.

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