- Zheng Lei, Professor of Aviation, Swinburne University of Technology, President, Institute for Aviation Research
If you are an airline with long haul aircraft such as A350, B787, B777, A340, A330 (or even a freighter), even if they are currently grounded, we will match you with forwarders in need
If you have cargo, especially medical equipment, that needs to be sent via airfreight, we will connect you with airlines who have made cargo capacity available
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Airlines that operate short and medium range routes with narrow- and wide-body aircrafts will benefit from boosted revenue by utilizing vacant cargo capacity.
There is continuous growing demand for airfreight. Traditional airlines with fixed long-distance networks currently control the cargo market. Such airlines prioritize their own fleet, leaving other airlines unable to compete.
Many routes have a shortage in accessible airfreight capacity and forwarders lack the ability to reach certain locations. As technology advances, forwarders look to e-logistics and e-freight solutions.
Helios connects airlines’ flight routes into a new worldwide cargo network, combining untapped airfreight capacity with forwarder demand to create new routes with real-time smart connections, all on a single AWB.
By optimising capacity utilisation and creating alternatives, we are reducing the CO2 costs per kilogram of cargo.