Miami-Cargo-Centre

Several airports have released their 2018 volumes over the past seven days, most seeing growth, some even breaking records, and leaving one feeling a bit left out. Air Cargo News reports Milan Malpensa’s volumes declined 3.2% over the course of 2018. Even so, it maintained its number-one ranking in Italy and its place as Europe’s sixth busiest cargo gateway. At the other end of the scale, Miami International reportedly handled record volumes, but the big growth spurt was at Chicago Rockford, which reported a 55% surge in cargo throughput. At Leipzig and Moscow the cargo momentum was slightly more restrained, though nonetheless importantly up, at 7.3% and 5.5% respectively.

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