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Asia air freight feels US-China trade war pressure

Asia air freight feels US-China trade war pressure

May. 27 | The intensifying U.S.-China trade war has been putting pressure on the air freight industry, particularly in the Asia-Pacific region, as global volumes continued to decline in March, according to data from Airports Council International (ACI) World. ACI...

ICAO releases latest air transport stats

ICAO releases latest air transport stats

Apr. 15 | World passenger traffic in January 2019 recorded its highest growth since July 2018 but world freight traffic reported negative growth in January this year, its slowest pace in 12 months, according to the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). Moreover,...

Jan air freight down on weak global activity, export orders; passenger growth continues uptick

Jan air freight down on weak global activity, export orders; passenger growth continues uptick

Mar. 11 | Global air freight demand decreased 1.8% in January 2019 compared to the same period in 2018, the industry’s worst performance in the last three years, data released by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) showed. Freight capacity rose...

Int’l air cargo volumes reflect impact of trade tensions on exports—ACI

Int’l air cargo volumes reflect impact of trade tensions on exports—ACI

Nov. 26 | International air freight continued to decline in July as trade squabbles appear to be adversely affecting exports, according to data analyzed by Airports Council International (ACI) World. “Global air freight trends seemed to be tracking the evolving...

Airports log continued rise in freight throughput

Airports log continued rise in freight throughput

Jun. 23 | Global air freight volumes continued their upward momentum in April 2017, while global passenger traffic achieved record levels for the month, according to data from Airports Council International (ACI). As this developed, Hong Kong International Airport...