Heathrow volumes rise in November

A surge in cargo to Mexico, Brazil, India and Turkey helped London-Heathrow airport freight volumes rise 2.3 per cent in November to 136,400 tonnes, compared with like month 2013.
For the 11 months in the year to date, the UK’s top air cargo hub registered an overall 5.3 per cent increase in volumes to 1.37m tonnes versus prior year.
Heathrow saw a number cargo tonnage increases during November, including a 41.3 per cent rise in cargo to Mexico, a 37.6 per cent increase to Brazil, 20.0 per cent to India and 13.3 per cent to Turkey.
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