Air Canada reported cargo traffic of 123.6 million metric ton-kilometers in May, down 1.1 percent compared with the same month last year, according to Statistics Canada.
Cargo volume for Canada’s largest airline was 19.2 million kilograms in May, falling 2.5 percent. With regard to cargo, Air Canada’s load factor was 83.2 percent.
WestJet’s monthly cargo traffic slumped 4.9 percent year-over-year to 0.9 million metric ton-kilometers. However, cargo volume for the second largest Canadian airline was 0.4 million kilograms, jumping 25.9 percent. The load factor was 78.5 percent.