Fuel Price Drop Linked To Cargo Capacity Glut

Cathay Pacific Airways says lower oil prices have been a factor in the continuing weakness of the cargo market, as the trend has made it more economically viable for airlines to operate older aircraft such as Boeing 747-400Fs. This, in turn, has created overcapacity, which has put pressure on yields...

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