2016 AIR CARGO OUTLOOK ‘MIXED’22-03-16
Air cargo operators are taking a cautious approach to the coming year with the recurring issue of over-capacity set to remain in a mixed economic environment.
“The outlook for air cargo markets in 2016 will depend on a number of factors, including the way in which the global economy adjusts to slower rates of growth in key emerging markets, and the effects of ongoing currency volatility on patterns of international trade,” Andrew Herdman, director general of the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines told Asia Cargo News.
Hong Kong airport's volumes rise in January
Hong Kong airport, the world’s largest freight hub in 2015, saw a 1.5% rise in January cargo volumes to 361,000 tonnes.
Airport insight: 2015 cargo results
Global: Hong Kong looks set to remain the top air cargo airport for 2015 despite a near static performance with only a 0.1% rise in freight volumes to 4.4m tonnes. US...
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More stringent regulations regarding lithium battery shipments
After tightening the rules per January 1st, the transportation of lithium batteries by air could be subject to even more restrictions in future.