‘Really weak’ final quarter keeps Emirates SkyCargo annual results grounded

May 9, 2019 Alexander Whiteman

Emirates SkyCargo reported its annual results today, recording only marginal growth over the 12 months to April, compared with the strong performance in 2017.
Volumes climbed just 1.4%, to 2.6m tonnes, with one source telling The Loadstar this was largely down to the “really strong growth” over 2017-2018.
The source added that the three months to April saw “really weak growth”, not only for the Dubai-headquartered airline, but the air cargo industry ...

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