Post Tagged with: "cargo traffic"

September first look: annual comparisons still looking strong

September first look: annual comparisons still looking strong

Asia, Traffic October 9, 2017 at 10:08 am

Monthly annual comparisons for air cargo demand have been kind in 2017, with y-o-y demand growth nearing or surpassing double-digit figures nearly every month of this year. Based on historical demand growth, Cargo Facts expected that y-o-y monthly comparisons for September 2017 might reveal the beginning of a gradual declineRead More

Recovery on the horizon at Lufthansa?

Recovery on the horizon at Lufthansa?

Capacity & Demand, Carriers, News August 12, 2016 at 10:58 am

After two quarters of falling traffic demand, and a €46 million first half operating loss, more bad news from Lufthansa’s cargo unit would not have been surprising, but July traffic figures are encouraging. As shown in the chart, Lufthansa’s Group cargo traffic was up 1.6% y-o-y — not a huge gain, but aRead More

Cargo traffic suffers in February

Cargo traffic suffers in February

With February results now in from many of the world’s major carriers and airports, we ought to have a clearer picture of the start to 2016, with the impact of the timing of the Chinese New Year holiday eliminated by treating January and February as a single month. However, theRead More

September cargo – what we know so far

September cargo – what we know so far

Airports, Carriers, Traffic October 12, 2015 at 10:49 am

It will be another week or so before enough data are available to give us a real idea of cargo traffic in September, but the reports so far published do not give grounds for much optimism. We will publish a detailed analysis of September data next week, but here areRead More

Cathay Pacific recently increased freighter flights to Australia on higher demand for perishables.

First reports do not bode well for July

Carriers, News, Traffic August 19, 2015 at 8:26 am

As the months of the second quarter of 2015 rolled by, it became clear that the growth in airfreight demand seen in the last half of 2014 had not continued – that despite the one-time bump from modal shift in the first quarter of this year, underlying demand growth in 2015Read More

Cathay Pacific recently increased freighter flights to Australia on higher demand for perishables.

Asian carriers do well in April

Asia, Carriers, Premium Newswire, Traffic May 15, 2015 at 10:51 am

Last month we said that while the first-quarter cargo results from the major carriers and airports were generally good, the impact of the US West Coast port labor dispute and the huge automobile recall in the US were still having an impact, and that we would have to wait forRead More

China’s year in aviation

China’s year in aviation

News, Premium Newswire, Traffic December 26, 2014 at 10:35 am

At China’s National Civil Aviation Work Conference (held in Beijing, 24 – 25 December), the country’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAAC) presented a summary of the year in aviation, with statistics through 30 November, as well as predictions for full year 2014. Here, as reported by World Civil Aviation Resources Net, areRead More