The dearth of air freight capacity has led to an increasing number of offers for freighters that either do not exist, or are parked in the desert not ready to fly.
Charter brokers claim scams became prevalent during the PPE rush, as governments and inexperienced bookers urgently sought capacity.
“Regretfully, it’s becoming more common,” explained charter veteran Steve Manser.
“Customers are shopping around as current charter rates are so high. They then get …
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