Boeing 747-8 Freighter. Photo: Courtesy, Boeing. Boeing said international air cargo traffic has "rebounded sharply" in 2010 following "a calamitous 18-month decline that began in May 2008" and will grow at an annual average rate of 5.9% through 2029. It noted that the first eight months of 2010 "saw an estimated 24% growth in traffic compared to the same period in 2009." In its latest World Air Cargo Forecast released Tuesday, the manufacturer said ...

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