Strong air cargo demand recovery after Lunar New Year

Global air cargo tonnages recovered at the end of January and the beginning of February, as expected after the early Lunar New Year this year, but the increase was significantly stronger than in the equivalent period last year, the latest preliminary figures from WorldACD Market Data indicate. Figures for week 5 (30 January to 5 February) show an increase of +11% in worldwide tonnages compared with the previous week, following a ... [+]

Delayed post-holiday recovery in air cargo demand

Global air cargo tonnages have shown a strong post-holiday season recovery in the second week of 2023. This upswing is delayed compared with last year, when tonnages had already begun to recover by the end of the first week. However, when combining the first two weeks of 2023, the recovery ... [+]

Strong increase of air cargo ex-Asia

A strong recovery in volumes from Asia Pacific to Europe and North America in the last two weeks of October have helped lift overall global volumes and average rates back into positive territory following months of gradual declines and a sharp dip in the first half of October, the latest ... [+]

WorldACD Air cargo trends for the past 5 weeks (wk 37):

Rates continue to soften Global air cargo prices continued their gradual decline in the first two full weeks of September, while volumes increased slightly in the second week after a drop in the first full week, the latest figures from WorldACD Market Data reveal. Looking at week 37 (September 11 - 18) ... [+]

Air cargo tonnages and rates are both stabilizing

Global air cargo flown tonnages continue to remain stable in the last two weeks compared to the preceding two weeks, while the previously reported softening trend of the worldwide average rates seems to have halted last week, the latest figures from WorldACD Market Data show. Looking at week 31 (August 1-7), ... [+]

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