Air freight demand rises 2.3pc

October 1, 2018 www.logisticsmanager.com

Demand for air freight in August was 2.3 per cent up on a year ago, though capacity rose even more, by 4.5 per cent, according to the International Air Transport Association.Alexandre de Juniac, IATA’s director general and chief executive, said: “August demand for air cargo grew at 2.3 per cent, unchanged from the previous month. […] The post Air freight demand rises 2.3pc appeared first on Logistics Manager Magazine.

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