Air freight volumes look to have resumed a modest uptrend

July 5, 2018 Alex Lennane

Last out of the gates to report May air freight data is IATA, which notes a “modest uptrend”. While growth in freight tonne km slowed to 4.2% in May, from 5.2% in April, seasonally adjusted FTKs picked up for the second consecutive month. However, it adds, while it would watch closely for signs of new demand, it remains relatively pessimistic. On the whole, it explains, the market is weakening; growth in capacity exceeded ...

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