LAX sees slimmest cargo decline of the year

In a further indication of an Asian-led recovery of the air cargo sector, Los Angeles International Airport reported its busiest month for freight in nearly a year in August and the fourth straight month-to-month improvement in cargo volumes. North America’s largest gateway for the trans-Pacific air cargo trade, reported a 5.1 per cent fall in […]


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In a further indication of an Asian-led recovery of the air cargo sector, Los Angeles International Airport reported its busiest month for freight in nearly a year in August and the fourth straight month-to-month improvement in cargo volumes. North America’s largest gateway for the trans-Pacific air cargo trade, reported a 5.1 per cent fall in August cargo volumes compared to the same month a year ago, but the decline marked the slimmest Los Angeles has recorded since April 2008 and the seventh consecutive month of decelerating declines for freight traffic.