And you say what affect the growth of air cargo on October 11, 2018, Beijing international air transport association (
IATA, hereinafter referred to as & other;
The latest global air freight on a regular basis, according to data in August 2018, the global demand for air cargo (
According to the freight ton-km calculation)
Years, annual growth rate of 2.
Chain growth was flat, less than half the average level of the past five years (
Air cargo growth trend is influenced by the following three factors in August 2018, freight,
According to the available freight ton-km calculation)
Year-on-year growth of 4.
Productivity growth in more than six consecutive months demand growth.
Income remained stable.
Air cargo growth affected by many factors, including high consumer confidence, global investment cycle, as well as the sustainable development of international e-commerce.
However, the following three aspects are still harmful to cargo demand: 1.
Manufacturing export orders.
In particular, in recent months from Europe, China, Japan and South Korea's export orders fell.
The world's largest maker of traders in Asia and Europe, said that the supplier's delivery time is extended, the speed of air transport demand has fallen.
Trade tensions recently upgraded to global trade brings about certain risks.
The international air transport association, chairman and chief executive of Alexander & middot;
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Mr DE juniac says: & other;
Air cargo demand has increased by 2 in August.
3%, and the flat last month.
High consumer confidence, the development of international e-commerce and the common temperature promoted the demand growth of the global economy.
But freight growth remains downside risk.
Orders, supply delivery time extending;
Rising trade tensions.
Tariffs for early focus does not lie in air cargo, but the cost of tariff increase air freight more vulnerable.
Trade relations will affect the business travel.
A trade war will eventually lead to losses of both sides.
It is understood that in August 2018, in addition to Africa, airlines cargo demand increase compared to the other areas.
All regional productivity growth exceeds demand growth.
For Asia Pacific aviation in August 2018, cargo demand growth 1 from the same period a year earlier.
The chain continues to grow, but growth slowed sharply compared to the same.
Export countries, especially in manufacturing industry is weak in Japan and China, have negative effects on cargo demand.
As the world's largest air cargo area, the asia-pacific region of aviation freight volume more than a third of the total global air cargo, but the trade protectionism pose a risk to the region.
Capacity increased by 3.