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57. Airlines See Slower International Freight Growth Over Next Five Years
IATAs Airline Industry Forecast 2013-2017 shows that international freight volumes are expected to grow 17% over the next five years. This consensus outlook incorporates a conservative estimate of the recovery in global economic activity and world trade volumes over the coming years.
58. Modest Improvement in Some Air Cargo Markets for August 2013
IATA reported a continued modest improvement in air cargo markets for August 2013. August air freight demand was up 3.6% on the previous year, considerably better than year-to-date performance of a 0.7% expansion. Demand for air freight began increasing slowly from April, in line with strengthening business confidence, as economic performance in Europe and the US showed signs of im
59. Air Cargo: FTKs Up 6.9% in January 2017
IATA's global air freight market data shows that demand, measured in freight tonne kilometers (FTKs), rose 6.9% in January 2017 compared to the same month last year. While this was down from the 10% annual growth recorded in December 2016 it still was well above the average annual growth rate of 3% over the past five years.
60. Positive Growth for Air Freight Volumes in June 2013
IATAs figures for June 2013 show a 1.2% year-on-year expansion in global air freight demand. Although weak, this is an improvement when compared to the 0.9% year-on-year demand growth recorded in May and the 0.1% growth realized over the first half of the year.
61. IATA Reports November 2012 Results; Strongest Growth in Asia Pacific
IATA's traffic results for November 2012 show an improvement in both passenger and air freight demand. Air travel was 4.6% higher compared to November 2011, up on the October result of 2.9%. Air freight volumes edged up 1.6% over the same period after declining 2.6% in October, year to year. Passenger capacity rose 3.2% and load factor improved one percentage point to 77.3% compare
62. IATA Reports January 2012 Global Airline Traffic
Global airline traffic results compiled by IATA for January 2012 show a 5.7% rise in passenger demand but an 8% decline in air freight compared to the same month in 2011. The occurrence of Chinese New Year in January (rather than in February as in 2011) exaggerated the increase in passenger demand and the fall in air freight. Stripping this out, the underlying trend was for stronge
63. Air Freight Growth Slowed to 2.2% in 2015
Cargo in Asia Pacific, accounting for around 39% of freight traffic, expanded by a moderate 2.3%. Asia Pacific carriers were basically flat in December, expanding just 0.1%. For the whole of 2015, the region grew 2.3%. The FLF for 2015 was 53.9%, the highest of any region. Cargo expansion in the region has been hampered by a shift in Chinese economic policy to favour domestic cons
64. IATA Reports January 2011 Traffic
IATA Reports January 2011 Traffic. By January 2011, air travel volumes were 18% higher compared to the low point reached in early 2009 and some 6% above the pre-recession peak of early 2008. Air freight in January was 39% above the low point reached at the end of 2009 and some 6% above the pre-recession peak of early 2008. Freight has, however, fallen 2% since its May 2010 peak at

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