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What the future may hold for dynamic pricing

There was a time when air cargo pricing for both airlines and forwarders in the United States was tightly regulated by a now-defunct federal agency called the Civil Aeronautics Board, or CAB. All rates, charges, and rules offered by a freight forwarder required publishing in tariffs or public documents, which were filed with and approved by the CAB under strict standards. Any member of the public, including a competitor, was given free and open access to these tariffs, either at the CAB’s headquarters or any of the forwarder or airline offices.

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