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89. Hong Kong Airport Reports January 2010 Traffic
Hong Kong Airport Reports January 2010 Traffic. Air cargo volumes continued to rebound at Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA), which handled 301,000 tonnes of air cargo in January 2010, representing a strong increase of 43.3% over January 2009. Passenger throughput and air traffic movements reached 3.9 million and 23,460, representing declines of 1.6% and 3.2% respectively
90. Korean Air Cargo launches Flight to Moscow
Korean Air Cargo launches Flight to Moscow.
91. Korean Air aggressively advances into Chinas Air Cargo Market
Korean Air aggressively advances into Chinas Air Cargo Market.
92. Moderate Growth for Air Cargo in 2013
The latest figures from IATA show a 1.4% expansion of global freight tonne kilometers (FTKs) in 2013 when compared to 2012. Cargo markets made very slow progress during the first half of the year. Acceleration in the trend took root in the latter half of 2013, placing air freight volumes on a steadily increasing trajectory. Capacity grew faster than demand at 2.6% and load factors
93. Cathay Pacific awarded New Cargo Terminal Franchise in Hong Kong
Cathay Pacific awarded New Cargo Terminal Franchise in Hong Kong. Cathay Pacific will invest a total development cost of approximately HK$4.8 billion into the design, construction and equipment of the new cargo terminal which will have a designed annual air cargo throughput capacity of 2.6 million tonnes. The facility is planned to commence operation in the second half of 2011.
94. Air Cargo Markets in Modest Slowdown
Data compiled by IATA shows that demand (measured in Freight Tonne Kilometers or FTKs) for global air freight markets in April 2014 was 3.2% above previous year levels. Demand has not, however, grown in recent months. Traffic levels in April were slightly below those of January and 1.1% lower than what was recorded in March.
95. Air Cargo Down 20% in May, Capacity Down 34.7%
IATA's data for global air freight markets in May shows a slight improvement on April, but capacity remains unable to meet demand as a result of the loss of belly cargo operations on passenger aircraft that have been parked.
96. Air Cargo Demand Continues to Improve; Capacity Remains Constrained
Asia Pacific airlines reported a decline in year-on-year international demand of 9.5% in November 2020 compared to the same month a year earlier. This was a 2.2% improvement from the 11.7% fall in October 2020 Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 7 January 2021.

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