IATA: April sees fuel prices pick up and load factors decline

June 12, 2018 www.aircargonews.net

The latest Airlines Financial Monitor from IATA indicates that cargo load factors have dropped back to levels last seen at the start of 2017. Across the air cargo industry, the freight load factor fell 0.5% in April compared to the same month of 2017. Capacity (available freight tonne-km, AFTK)...

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