The global demand for airfreight continues to decrease. In July the airlines’ association IATA recorded a minus of 3.2% for freight tonnage in comparison with the previous year. Now is the time to contact Quick Cargo. We may help you find a long-term solution with the airlines, at a locked in rate.
According to the latest data from Iata, the umbrella association of airlines, air freight is in the longest period of weakness since the outbreak of the financial crisis in 2008. Worldwide traffic volumes fell by 3.9 percent in August compared to the same month last year, the tenth consecutive month of declining transport volumes.
Iata cites the worsening trade war between the USA and China as the main reason for the decline. In Europe, Brexit and a weakening of German exports would also be added.
"The developments of the global trade lanes are fairly accurately reflected at Frankfurt Airport," says Fraport's Chief Freight Officer Max Conrady. In September, Europe's largest cargo airport recorded a 5.5 percent decline in freight and mail compared to the previous year. From January to September inclusive, volumes fell by 2.9 percent.
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