The air freight market showed signs of weakness in the first quarter as fuel costs remain stubbornly high and demand remains weak, new data from the International Air Transport Association (IATA) show. Economic uncertainty reigns in Europe, and consumer confidence is flagging, even in China, both of which are putting pressure on air cargo. The U.S. recovery, although fragile, remains on track. Consumer and business confidence are rising, fueling demand for air freight. But signs that ...

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