Global cargo capacity is at its highest level since mid-March: Accenture
Air cargo capacity slightly increased compared to the -26 per cent decline for the previous two weeks and the Transpacific is back at 2019 levels.
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Global air cargo capacity declined 23 per cent last two weeks compared to last year
Air cargo capacity slightly increased compared to the -26 per cent decline for the previous two weeks. The Transpacific is back at 2019 levels. Global cargo capacity is at its highest level since mid-March.
Middle Eastern trade lanes are driving the recovery of belly cargo capacity
Intra-Asia Pacific remains the largest trade lane, however growth since the peak decline week has been limited. Intra-Middle East and Middle East – Europe have seen the highest growth rates since the peak decline. The Transpacific and the Transatlantic have also seen high growth rates.