The data are in. The cargo divisions have spoken. As expected, there was little drama over which carriers would top this year’s Freight 50 list of top global air cargo carriers. For the second straight year, Dubai-based Emirates reigned as the champions of scheduled international airfreight tonnage, with 2.29 millionRead More
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Through the assistance of Air Cargo World’s sister publication, Cargo Facts, we looked at the IATA data list through a different lens, measuring performance in freight tonne kilometers (FTKs), grouping some airlines by the parent companies to which they belong. So, for this modified version of the Freight 50, weRead More
At the top of the heap UPS grew operating profits and expanded margins across all three segments: U.S. Domestic Package, International Package, and Supply Chain and Freight. “The International segment set a new high in second quarter operating profit, rising more than 17 percent,” the company said. “In the InternationalRead More
Based on data from IATA and the U.S. Department of Transportation, here are the cargo carriers that experienced top 10 largest percentage changes – positive or negative – for combined domestic and international airfreight tonnage carried in 2014, compared to 2013. Most growth: Polar Air Cargo: +66.6% Hong Kong Airlines:Read More
Rank Airline Last Year’s Rank Tonnage (000’s) +/- Previous Year (000’s) % Change From Previous Year 1 Federal Express 1 7,127 47 0.7 2 United Parcel Service ** 2 4,240 154 3.8 3 Emirates 3 2,288 142 6.6 4 Korean Air 4 1,519 70 4.8 5 Cathay Pacific Airways 5Read More