Capacity added to the air cargo market via dedicated freighters will fall for the third consecutive calendar year in 2017, helping to keep the market strong as demand for lift continues to increase, International Air Transport Association (IATA) figures show. Airlines are projected to add 1,978 metric tonnes (2,180 tons) of dedicated-freighter payload his year. The net capacity increase, equivalent to about 14 747-8Fs, represents the smallest calendar-year addition since 2008. Widebody ...

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