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Amsterdam Airport Schiphol’s cargo tonnage trends moved closer to those of 2014 in the third quarter of 2015, narrowing the deficit to 1.44% year to date.
Q3 saw a total of 409,034 tonnes of cargo handled through the airport, fractionally (0.08%) down on the same period of 2014. Weakness in Asia (down 5%) and Europe (down 10%) business was counteracted by stronger performances in North America (up 2.3%), Middle East (up 8%), Africa (up 4%) and Latin America (up 12%). Freighter movements were down 1.9% in the period, totalling 4,079.
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