Rising air freight load factors and rates a ‘toxic combination’ for shippers

October 7, 2020 Alex Lennane

High load factors, air freight rates and uncertainty is a “toxic combination” for shippers as the air cargo market continues to grow.
According to the latest data, volumes are flowing back into air freight and prices are rising while the industry waits to see what is in store for the ‘peak’ period.
September saw a record dynamic load factor, of 70%, up two percentage points (pp) from August and 8pp higher than ...

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