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The EU Commission has revived its case against 11 airlines for their alleged participation in a cargo cartel.

Will year-over-year gains begin to decline in September?

Airports, Carriers, News, Traffic October 16, 2017 at 10:47 am

When we summarized the worldwide air freight data from August, we predicted that, while demand would stay strong through September, the year-over-year percentage increase would probably show a slight decline. Why? Because it was in September 2016 that demand growth began to accelerate, making the year-over-year comparisons tougher. Looking backRead More

Strong demand growth in August – but tougher comparisons ahead

Strong demand growth in August – but tougher comparisons ahead

Capacity & Demand, News October 5, 2017 at 10:41 am

Two weeks ago, we predicted that when worldwide data were available for August, we would see a year-over-year increase in air freight demand well into double digits. Both WorldACD and IATA have published their August analyses, and, as you can see in the charts at right, demand did indeed growRead More

First look at August cargo results

First look at August cargo results

Airports, Asia, Carriers, Traffic September 14, 2017 at 10:49 am

August results are now in from some of the world’s major cargo carriers and airports, and it appears that growth in demand for air freight is continuing to be very strong. Some carriers and airports saw better results in August than in July, while others reported smaller gains, but theRead More

Yes, July was great, but what about August?

Yes, July was great, but what about August?

Airports, Asia, Capacity & Demand, News, Traffic September 7, 2017 at 10:50 am

Three weeks ago, based on reports of July performance from some of the world’s big cargo carriers and airports, we predicted that when WorldACD and IATA released their comprehensive analyses in early September, we would see worldwide demand for air freight in July up between 11% and 12% y-o-y. LateRead More

Cargo loading in Hong Kong, one of the best-connected cities in the world. Photo: Wikimedia/James Shiu

The good times keep rolling in July

Asia, Capacity & Demand, Traffic September 1, 2017 at 10:44 am

Two weeks ago, when we analyzed the just-published July results from some of the world’s big carriers and airports, we predicted that when IATA and WorldACD published their detailed analyses of cargo traffic worldwide at the beginning of September, we would see air freight demand growth in July of 11% orRead More

Air freight rates slowly edging upwards ahead of peak season

Air freight rates slowly edging upwards ahead of peak season

News August 23, 2017 at 10:33 am

Air freight rates on major east-west routes fluctuate from month-to-month, and for the year 2017, appear to have bottomed out in February. Except for a blip between April and May, rates have gradually been on the rise ahead of peak season. In its monthly East-West Airfreight Price Index, Drewry reportedRead More

Double-digit demand growth continues in July

Double-digit demand growth continues in July

Airports, Asia, Capacity & Demand, Carriers, Traffic August 17, 2017 at 10:02 am

July results are now in from many of the world’s major cargo carriers and airports, and it appears that growth in demand for air freight is continuing to be very strong. Some carriers and airports saw better results in July than in June, while others reported smaller gains, but theRead More

The world’s top 50 cargo carriers Part III: The big picture

The world’s top 50 cargo carriers Part III: The big picture

Capacity & Demand, Carriers, Express, Traffic August 10, 2017 at 9:24 am

Today, in Part III of our annual analysis of the world’s top cargo carriers, we step back from the rankings of individual carriers to see what those rankings tell us about the air freight and express market in general in 2016. (You can read Part I here, and Part IIRead More