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81. Air Cargo Makes Slow Start in 2015
IATA's latest data for global air freight markets show a 3.2% expansion in freight tonne kilometers (FTKs) in January 2015 compared to the same month last year. The growth is slower than the average of 4.5% recorded for 2014. There was much regional variation in the January performance. Asia-Pacific, African and Middle Eastern airlines expanded strongly, but airlines in Europe and
82. Qantas Freight to Add Dallas to Network
Qantas Freight to Add Dallas to Network. If approved, the new service will operate between Shanghai and Chicago as QF7581 and then as QF7550 originating in Chicago each Thursday and operating via Dallas direct to Sydney, arriving early Friday afternoon.
83. Asia-Pacific air freight carriers to launch internet portal
Asia-Pacific air freight carriers to launch internet portal
84. Abu Dhabi to Host WCA Global Conference in 2016
WCA, one of the worlds largest and most powerful networks of independent freight forwarders, with over 5,700 member offices based in 191 countries around the world, has confirmed that its annual WCA Global Conference in 2016 will be held in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates. Expected to attract around 2,500 freight forwarder delegates, the event will be held at th
85. International Airline Passenger Demand Up 11.9% in June 2010
International Airline Passenger Demand Up 11.9% in June 2010. Compared to June 2009, international passenger demand was up 11.9% while international scheduled freight traffic showed a 26.5% improvement. Capacity increased only slightly above demand improvements during the month, keeping load factors in line with historical highs at 79.8% for passenger traffic and 53.8% for freight.
86. Outlook for Air Cargo Stabilizes; Growth Accelerates in May
IATAs data for global air freight markets shows air cargo growth accelerated in May 2014, with 4.7% growth compared to a year ago. This is up from the 3.8% year-on-year growth recorded in April. Cargo volumes, measured by Freight Tonne Kilometers (FTKs) were up across all regions, but with significant differences in performance. The Middle East carriers reported 9.3% year-on-year
87. Economic Growth reflected in Strong Passenger and Freight Demand
Economic Growth reflected in Strong Passenger and Freight Demand.
88. IATA Reports November 2015 Air Cargo Results
IATA's data for global air freight markets shows that air cargo volumes (measured in Freight Tonne Kilometers) were down 1.2% in November 2015 when compared to November 2014. The negative year-on-year results occurred across all regions with the exception of the Middle East. Of the major markets that together comprise more than 80% of total trade, Europe was down 2.0%, North Americ

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