Le dernier rapport IATA sur l'activité Cargo est plutôt largement positif. Comme toute l'activité transport aérien, la crise semble passée !
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- Economic uncertainties growing but current cargo market conditions positive;
- International air freight markets in July rose to level 4% higher than pre-recession peak;
- However, growth has now moved into a slower phase, albeit more evenly spread geographically and still above trend;
- All key indicators for air freight are pointing to slower growth from now on (though not 'double-dip');
- Cargo yields up 25% in Q2 but not on all trade lanes and still 10% or more below pre-recession levels;
- Fuel costs moving sideways in $ terms but weak Euro raising costs for Europeans and some concern over labour costs;
- Capacity is now coming back into the market and new deliveries next year threaten downward pressure on load factors and yields;
- Ocean freight also experiencing strong demand with yields up 80% - fall in Baltic Index due to more capacity not lower world trade;
- Cargo profitability back to pre-recession levels for US cargo airlines and likely more positive in Asia;
- Heads of cargo remained very positive about volume outlook, less so on yields, in July survey.
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