Tag: volumes


  • Oct a good month for cargo, up 6.2%: WorldACD

    Worldwide, European carriers as a group performed best (YoY volume +6.4 per cent over the last three months), followed by carriers from Asia Pacific (+4.8 per cent). ... Read More
  • S. Korean air cargo volume falls 1.9% in Q1

    South Korea's air cargo traffic dropped 1.9 per cent from a year earlier in the first quarter of this year due to a decline in shipments of information technology (IT) products.... Read More
  • Cargo helps push Etihad towards black

    Etihad Airways has reported record first-quarter revenues and is on its way to break-even for the full year. The carrier saw overall Q1 revenues rise 21 per cent year-on-year, to US$770 million, fuelled by a 44 per cent increase...... Read More
  • AAT sees continued rise in throughput for July

    Asia Airfreight Terminal Co Ltd (AAT) has announced that its tonnage throughput in July 2010 was 61,363 tonnes, recording a growth of 44 per cent compared with the same period last year. Export cargo registered 42,808 tonnes, a growth...... Read More
  • Changi Airport sees ongoing growth

    Cargo movements at Singapore Changi Airport in May totalled 153,098 tonnes, an increase of 14.7 per cent on the same month last year. For the Jan-May period, airfreight movements were up 17.3 per cent to 728,794 tonnes. Aircraft movements...... Read More
  • Volumes at LAX continue to recover

    Volume recovers to 2008 levels as Asia tonnage improves Air cargo traffic through Los Angeles International Airport jumped 26.6 per cent in February over the same month a year ago as business at the US’ main gateway for trans-Pacific...... Read More
  • HK’s AAT volumes down only 3% in Oct

    Asia Airfreight Terminal Co Ltd (AAT) has announced it handled 51,380 tonnes of cargo in October, down 3 per cent year-on-year. Export cargo registered 36,093 tonnes, a decline of 3 per cent against same period last year. Import cargo...... Read More
  • IATA: Asia cargo carriers optimistic of rising demand

    The latest Airline Business Confidence Index from the International Air Transport Association has indicated carriers in Asia are more optimistic of a stabilisation of profitability over the next twelve months, compared with their counterparts in Europe and North America....... Read More
  • BAA cargo dives 21 per cent in Feb

    Britain’s largest airports group suffered a saw cargo traffic plunge more than 20 per cent in February. BAA, which operates seven UK airports, including Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Edinburgh and Glasgow, said that its total UK cargo volumes had fallen...... Read More
  • Hong Kong cargo drops 29% in Jan

    Air cargo through Hong Kong’s airport dropped 28.9 per cent year-on-year in January to 210,000 tonnes, according to recent figures released by the airport authority. Almost all major markets experienced a double-digit decline during the month. While imports from...... Read More