Airports Council International

Airports Council International

10 Jul 2013
Total air freight traffic worldwide slid 0.4 percent year-over-year in May, as air freight continued to maintain a sluggish pace with virtually no growth in the volume of traffic worldwide...
10 May 2013
Global air freight traffic continues to exhibit “signs of weakness” with an overall year-over-year decline of 1.0 percent in March, according to the Airports Council International.
12 Feb 2013
More than half of the world’s top freight airports
12 Dec 2012
With an overall slowdown in the movement of goods across borders, international air freight decreased by 1.2 percent in October, while total freight remained steady, falling 0.3 percent...
31 Oct 2012
Air freight movements will more than double by 2031 according to the latest projections by Airports Council International
13 Jul 2012
Freight volumes at Asia-Pacific airports grew in May for the second consecutive month, latest figures from Airports Council International show.
18 Jun 2012
Freight volumes handled at Hong Kong International Airport in May saw year-over-year growth for the first time since March 2011.
09 May 2012
Global air traffic contracted 2.2 percent in March as 14 of the world’s top 20 freight airports experienced year-over-year declines, according to the latest figures from Airports Council Interna
04 Apr 2012
The Middle East and Asia-Pacific accounted for more than 40 percent total air cargo traffic last year, according to figures from Airports Council International.
02 Apr 2012
Dubai and Louisville were the major movers last year among the world’s top 20 busiest international cargo airports, according to preliminary figures for 2011 from Airports Council International.
08 Feb 2012
Global air freight volumes declined by 1 percent last year, but traffic could improve quickly this year if the overall economic situation improves, according to Airports Council International.
07 Dec 2011
Global air cargo revenue risks shrinking by $4 billion in 2012 if Europe’s sovereign debt crisis triggers another banking meltdown, the International Air Transport Association said.