.. subcription
    .. rss channels
    .. press releases
    .. contacts

            september 22, 2019

.. in english  .. по-русски  .. latviski    

LKW Walter


Busworld 2019

  .. sitemap ..

  .. publications ..

  .. news ..

  .. advertisement ..

LKW Walter Rus
LKW Walter
  .. partners ..


Freight traffic for European airlines fell 0.6 per cent


Freight traffic for European airlines fell 0.6 per cent in May as weaker demand in Asia gave carriers their first year-on-year cargo decline in nearly two years, according to the Association of European Airlines.
The May figures also faced tough comparisons to May 2010, when carriers reported unusually strong growth as shippers restocked inventories that were depleted during the global downturn the year before.
Freight on Far East and Australasia routes, which makes up nearly 40 per cent of European airlines' traffic, fell 4.4 per cent year on year in May, the AEA said.
The North Atlantic trade grew 0.6 per cent from the same month a year ago, and rose 6.7 per cent from April.
For the first five months of 2011, European air freight traffic was up 6.6 per cent over the same period a year ago, the AEA said.

.. search ..