Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Asian airlines show healthy cargo growth in March

Preliminary traffic figures for March released by the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) showed positive growth in air cargo traffic.

Boosted by stronger export markets, the region's carriers registered a 6.7 percent increase in international freight demand as measured in freight tonne kilometre terms. Offered freight capacity grew by a measured 5.9 percent, and consequently the average international air cargo load factor for Asia Pacific carriers edged 0.5 percentage points higher to 68.4 percent, the first increase seen in over a year.

Andrew Herdman, AAPA director general, said” "For the first quarter of the year, international freight markets saw an encouraging 3.8 percent growth in traffic, with further evidence of a pick-up in international trade, leading to stronger demand for Asian exports."


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