The bottom-line result showing a slight year-over-year rise in global air freight demand masks the bigger-picture story of de facto volume stagnation so far in 2014, an analysis of International Air Transport Association (IATA) figures reveal. Freight ton kilometers (FTKs) rose 3.2% last month compared to April 2013, IATA figures show. But volumes remain “slightly below” where they were in January after a 1.1% dip compared to last month, IATA says. “[T]he month-to-month ...
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