Air Cargo

Cargo records at Pactl continue to fall, with the best seven-month total ever posted.

Cathay Pacific sees net profit falling 82 percent in fragile operating environment.

While traffic grew at the fastest clip in more than a year in June, it is still too early to tell if the growth in May and June is the beginning of a trend or just an anomaly.
Global air cargo traffic rose in June at the fastest rate in 14 months.

International cargo revenue at ANA Holdings, parent to All Nippon Airways, fell in the fiscal first quarter of 2016.

Dicom looks to integrate cross-border trucking, parcel business with last-mile service as e-commerce grows.

Extra capacity in the bellies of passenger aircraft have contributed to structural overcapacity in the air cargo industry, which is putting pressure on cargo airlines' bottom lines.
Lufthansa Cargo sank deeper into the red in the second quarter.

Profits at Yusen Logistics and Nippon Express were both impacted by declines in their Americas business.
Profits at two of Japan’s leading logistics companies fell in the first quarter of fiscal year 2016.

A strong yen, lower fuel prices and growing competition took a toll on revenue at Japan Airlines in the first quarter of fiscal 2016.

While general freight demand has taken a hit, premium services offered by International Airlines Group are growing on a tonnage basis.

As overcapacity and weak demand continue to plague the global transportation industry across modes, competition for cargo has only intensified.


Air France-KLM's freight fleet has fallen from 26 in 2005 to six this year and the cargo division seeks to break even in 2017.
Air France-KLM’s cargo loss narrowed slightly in the second quarter, but the airline's cargo unit was still stuck in the red.