Asian airlines’ international air cargo traffic for November increased 5.3% year-over-year (YOY) to 6.1 billion FTKs, a 1.3% rise in FTKs from October, according the Association of Asia-Pacific Airlines (AAPA). International air cargo capacity was up 3.2% for the month to 9.1 billion FATKs; the freight load factor was 66.9%, up 1.4 points YOY. “The region’s carriers have seen a modest but progressive recovery in international air cargo demand this year,” AAPA DG ...

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