SkyPallet adds capacity optimization features as customer base grows

Carriers were swift to reconfigure passenger cabins and storage areas into cargo-friendly spaces amid the COVID-19 capacity crunch, and now they’re looking to further optimize those spaces, according to start-up Wiremind, which in 2017 launched its air cargo revenue-optimization platform, SkyPallet.

The software, which already counts a number of major cargo players as its customers including Atlas Air, DB Schenker and Emirates, is in the process of developing an add-on module for SkyPallet that will allow users to define and utilize other storage areas on passenger aircraft as if they were pallet positions for cargo.

When the first iteration of the module goes live next month, the software will allow operators of passenger aircraft with seats removed, or reconfigured passenger freighters, to plan cargo allocation in overhead bins and other spaces as if they were a standard Unit Load Device (ULD).

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SkyPallet adds capacity optimization features as customer base grows

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