Demand For Air Cargo Capacity from Asia to North America Continues to Grow

November 6, 2017

The outlook for air cargo remains strong in the Pacific Rim, with several months of double-digit growth in 2017. The current IATA forecast of 7.5% growth in air cargo demand for the balance of 2017 appears to have significant upside potential even if we are past the seasonal high. As a result the need for more air cargo capacity is resulting in an increase in air freight prices.

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