IATA said the air cargo traffic rebound that started in late 2009 will continue through 2011, though not at the robust pace of 2010. The organization also noted that divergent levels of economic growth in different regions of the world are affecting the way the airfreight industry develops. Speaking at IATA's Cargo Media Day in Geneva, Chief Economist Brian Pearce said the inventory restocking that drove 20%-plus year-over-year growth in air cargo traffic in late 2009 and much of ...

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