Asia-Pacific and Middle East airports see volume declines in November

Airports in the Asia-Pacific and the Middle East regions experienced a decline in November 2018 volumes of 2.1% and 0.7% respectively.
Airports Council International (ACI) blamed "a weakened global economy and reduction in manufacturing activities" for the regional declines.
Among the major cargo hubs, Qatar’s Doha hub +5.6% had the highest increase in volumes, at 5.6%. It was followed by Guangzhou, with a 5% increase, and Manila (MNL) +11%.

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