Frequently asked questions - entries
Monday 3 May, 2021
You can enter the Air Cargo News Awards HERE. Entrants are required to explain in no more than 1000 words, divided into three criteria, why they deserve the award (appendices are excluded from this count). Supporting evidence that is clearly referenced in the entry must also be provided.
It is free to enter the awards.
Yes (one entry per category).
Any company of any size that conducts business in the international air cargo sector is eligible to enter the awards for free, in as many categories as they like (one entry per category). Entries which have been entered in a previous Air Cargo News Awards competition and have not been significantly updated are not eligible for this year’s competition.
Entries that do not comply with the category criteria will be marked down or rejected. Please check the category criteria to ensure you are eligible to enter. Judges reserve the right to move any entries that they feel would better fit another category at the awards.
Yes - sponsors are very welcome to enter the awards, but are not able to enter the category they are sponsoring.
Entries will be judged by a team of senior independent figures within the air cargo industry.
By entering the awards all entrants agree to publicity in respect to their entry both before and after the Awards presentation. Any confidential data within the entry must be clearly highlighted as such and will not be published. All judges sign confidentiality agreements meaning they cannot discuss information within the entries outside of the judging day. Please note you cannot list all information in an entry as confidential.
The shortlist will be announced in late June. You will be contacted via email to let you know whether or not your entry was succesful. The winner will be revealed at our awards ceremony, taking place at The Runnymede on Thames Hotel on Thursday September 16, 2021.
Of course! Award winners may state in advertising/promotional activity that they are a winner.
This must include the category and the year in which the award was won.
All entrants must agree to publicity in respect to their entry both before and after the Awards presentation.
Any confidential data in the entry must be clearly highlighted as such and will not be published.
The copyright of all materials assembled will remain the property of the organiser. These may be used for the purpose of publicising the Awards.
By registering and completing an entry for the Air Cargo News Awards you agree to these Terms and Conditions.
You can find our full awards terms and conditions HERE.