WorldACD

Market recovery slows in early November

By Damian Brett

The air cargo market’s gradual recovery appears to have slowed in the first two weeks of November as demand and…

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Air cargo demand continued to rally in September

By Damian Brett

Air cargo demand continued its gradual recovery in September with figures heading back towards year-ago levels, according to data from…

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Airfreight rates out of Asia head back to early summer levels

By Damian Brett

Airfreight rates between Shanghai and North America last week reached their highest level since early June. The latest Tac Index…

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WorldACD: Normality in air cargo still a long way off

By Damian Brett

The latest data from WorldACD suggests that normality is still a long way off for the air cargo industry. The…

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WorldACD: Airfreight rates pushed up by capacity crunch in H1 2020

By Rachelle Harry

The latest figures from WorldACD show that although airfreight demand decreased by 18% year on year in the first six…

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Guarded optimism as air cargo volumes improve in May

By Damian Brett

The air cargo market showed some signs of improvement in May although a full rebound is not expected soon, according…

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Figures highlight extent of air cargo’s move to freighters

By Damian Brett

The latest figures from WorldACD have confirmed expectations of a near 20% decline in cargo demand in March, but have…

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WorldACD: March, a month like no other in air cargo history

By Rachelle Harry

WorldACD has outlined that after the 2.7% drop in airfreight demand that it reported in January/February, March saw a decrease…

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WorldACD highlights impact of “corona effect”

By Rachelle Harry

Ahead of its full results for February, which will be released in two weeks’ time, WorldACD has released preliminary figures…

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WorldACD: January figures reflect impact of Chinese New Year

By Rachelle Harry

WorldACD has confirmed expectations “that the year on year figures for January would be negative”. In its latest report, the…

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