Asia-Pacific and Middle East airport cargo volumes soar in May

Airfreight volumes in Asia-Pacific grew 10.8% in May, while the Middle East increased 8.4%, according to the latest monthly statistics from the Asia-Pacific region of Airports Council International (ACI).
Said ACI: “Exports continued to drive strong airfreight growth in the Asia-Pacific: Hong Kong (HKG) +12.9%, Shanghai Pudong (PVG) +15.6% and Seoul Incheon (ICN) +8.8%.
"In the Middle East, the pace of growth continued to soften. The largest hub in the region, Dubai (DXB) grew by +2.6%. Doha (DOH) was the exception, delivering growth of +24.2% for the month."

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