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Brussels airport's cargo increases 8.5pc


Brussels airport saw freight volume rise by 8.5 per cent year on year in September to total 42,906 tonnes driven by full-freighter traffic, which increased by 31.2 per cent to 14,657 tonnes.
Integrator traffic rose by 2.5 per cent to 17,534 tonnes, but bellyhold cargo demand was down 4.8 per cent to 10,715 tonnes.
'The full-cargo segment saw growth with Singapore Airlines, Qatar Cargo and Ethiopian Cargo. These last two cargo carriers started operating extra flights this month," said airport authorities, according to London's Air Cargo News.
'The express services segment rose by 2.8 per cent compared to September last year thanks to the growth in e-commerce."
The decline in bellyhold cargo was attributed to 'a decrease in the number of long-distance flights compared to September last year [caused] by the departure of Jet Airways."
August was the first month that the airport saw cargo demand grow in the wake of the terror attacks in March at the passenger terminal.

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