Strong air cargo demand on the transpacific, but locked-down Europe softens
Airlines continued to add cargo capacity to the market, and enjoyed good volumes, right up ...
With full Brazil 2014 fervour, Seabury, the normally sensible-to-a-fault, data-driven consultancy, has tasked two senior analysts to determine how an Air Cargo World Cup would look. It apparently took three days to collect the data, using the world’s top 50 cargo carriers. Just under half had no team to cheer on, while UPS and FedEx pushed the US team into top position – sadly for them, not an outcome the actual World Cup will see.
Seabury itself is about to see a new team, and this summer it will welcome two well-known names to its air cargo division.
In the meantime, The Loadstar says, (in the absence of any UK team) ‘Hup Holland Hup!’