Tag: Association of Asia Pacific Airlines


  • Slow int’l trade depresses Nov cargo figures: AAPA

    Air cargo demand, in freight tonne kilometre (FTK) terms, declined by 2.4 per cent in November, with key manufacturing economies experiencing soft market conditions as a result of the slowdown in international trade. ... Read More
  • Oct sees more of same in air cargo markets: AAPA

    Demand for air cargo shipments fell slightly in October, on the back of continued weakness in export-import activities in major regional economies, including China, India and Japan, according to the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines.... Read More
  • Cargo demand slips again in Oct

    Demand for air cargo shipments fell slightly in October, on the back of continued weakness in export-import activities in major regional economies, including China, India and Japan. ... Read More
  • Asia Pacific airlines facing fierce competition

    While Asia Pacific airlines continued to experience strong passenger growth in the world's largest aviation market over the past 12 months, a modest growth in air cargo this year, was not enough to offset the slowdown in traffic over...... Read More
  • Asian carriers see cargo decline 2.2% in July

    For the January – July period, the region's carriers reported a 3.5 per cent increase in international air cargo demand, down from the 5.3 per cent growth recorded in 2014.... Read More
  • Cargo growth remains flat: AAPA

    The recent moderation in air cargo markets extended into the month of June, with demand in freight tonne kilometre (FTK) terms registering a slight 0.5 per cent decline compared to the same month last year. ... Read More
  • APAC air cargo markets grow in April

    Air cargo markets continued to grow, in spite of April being a seasonally subdued month. In freight tonne kilometre (FTK) terms, demand was 3.7 per cent higher than the same month last year.... Read More
  • Asia Pacific air cargo still surging

    International air cargo demand, as measured in FTK, registered a hefty 20.5 per cent jump in February, outpacing a 12.6 per cent increase in offered freight capacity, which resulted in a 4.2 percentage points increase in the average international...... Read More
  • Airlines in APAC report cargo growth in Jan

    Import-export activity leading up to the Lunar New Year festive period contributed to a 7.0 per cent increase in international air cargo demand, as measured in FTK.... Read More
  • APAC airlines see 2014 revival in cargo demand

    An upsurge in exports from manufacturing hubs in the region led to a rebound in international air cargo markets in 2014, with demand as expressed in FTK terms growing by 5.4% compared to the previous year. with demand as...... Read More