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Australia attracts growing volumes of air cargo from Singapore


Australia is experiencing growth in volumes of inbound international air cargo, new official figures show, reports New York's FreightWaves.
Freight volumes from overseas airports to airports in Australia grew by 7.3 per cent in the year ended November 2018 to stand at 1,174,286 tonnes, according to the federal government's Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Economics (BITRE).
The greatest volume of freight uplifted / discharged from overseas to Australia took place on the Singapore-Melbourne route. In the year ended November 2018, which is the latest month for which data is available, 72,371 tonnes of freight were loaded on that route.
The Singapore-Melbourne route accounts for 6.2 per cent of the total freight volumes of 1,274,286 tonnes between all city pairs as recorded by the Federal Government's Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Economics.
Although the Singapore-Melbourne route accounted for the single largest amount of cargo, it actually experienced a marginal decline of about minus 0.2 per cent in the volume shifted compared to the year ended November 2017.
The next biggest cargo route by volume of freight was Singapore-Sydney, which recorded 67,430 tonnes, representing 5.7 per cent of the total and which was also down, this time by minus 1.5 per cent.
Auckland to Sydney flow was the third largest volume of air freight into Australia, up 2.5 per cent on the prior corresponding period to stand at 54,247 tonnes in the year ended November 2018.

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