Global air cargo demand fell to its lowest level in 22 months in March, as traffic measured in FTKs increased 1.7% compared to a year earlier, when March 2017 demand grew 14%, according to IATA’s latest Air Freight Market Analysis released May 2. March’s traffic growth was down five points from February. IATA’s analysis attributed much of the slowdown to a weakening of export orders from major manufacturers in Germany, Japan, the US, South Korea and China. Additionally, ...

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