Global air freight market demand slowed to 0.9% in May year-over-year (YOY) while global air freight capacity increased 4.9% YOY, the slowest pace since March 2015, according to IATA’s Air Freight Market Analysis. As of May, the global air freight market has experienced a year-to-date 0.5% loss in traffic demand. “Hopes for a stronger 2016 are fading as economic and political uncertainty increases,” IATA DG and CEO Tony Tyler said. “Global trade has basically moved ...

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