Global air cargo FTKs increased 2.9% in February, according to IATA’s global air freight market analysis. Even though air cargo’s recent surge has slowed year-over-year, IATA DG and CEO Tony Tyler said cargo’s positive start for the year is cause for “measured optimism for the cargo industry’s prospects in 2014.” Total market growth in FTKs fell 1.6 points from January’s 4.5% increase, and comparative year-over-year growth in FTKs was registered ...

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