Singapore airfreight down in January

Changi Airport

Singapore’s Changi Airport saw airfreight throughput decline for the second month in a row, with January’s volumes falling 2.4% to 171,000 tonnes.

January’s decline follows a fall of 3.8% in December 2018 to 182,000 tonnes, versus the same month in 2017.

In full year 2018, Changi saw airfreight throughput increase by 1.4% to reach 2.15m tonnes.

As at February 2018, more than 100 airlines operate at Changi, connecting Singapore to some 400 cities in about 100 countries and territories worldwide.

Share this story

Related Topics

Latest asia news

Gebrüder Weiss opens South Korea office

By Rachelle Harry

Global logistics firm Gebrüder Weiss has opened a new air & sea office in Seoul, South Korea, on June 1….

Read More

Share this story

Kolkata Airport re-opens after devastating cyclone hits

By Damian Brett

India’s Kolkata Airport has restarted cargo operations after it was hit by Cyclone Amphan last night. The cyclone hit Kolkata…

Read More

Share this story

China lifts restrictions on all-cargo operations in Beijing

By Alfred Chua, FlightGlobal

China’s civil aviation regulator will now allow carriers to operate all-cargo flights at Beijing’s two airports, lifting restrictions that only…

Read More

Share this story