Air freight executives are taking a more pessimistic look at the next 12 months following a stagnant start to 2014 that saw volumes decline after a promising end to 2013, an International Air Transport Association (IATA) survey shows. "Consistent with recent weakening in the demand backdrop, heads of cargo surveyed in April 2014 expect slower growth in traffic volumes over the next 12 months (compared to the January survey) and no change in yields," IATA says in its second-quarter ...
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