After some form of recovery to pre-pandemic levels in the first two months of the year, global volumes for the four full weeks of March 2021 were unable to continue the recovery seen in January and February, according to latest data from CLIVE Data Services and TAC Index. Volumes dropped 3 percent during these weeks and worsened towards the end of the month, sliding 4 percent week on week relative to the start of the month. Nonetheless, CLIVE Data says the air cargo market is in far better … [Read more...] about March: What’s dampening air cargo’s recovery?
Air cargo volumes have recovered to pre-Covid volume levels in February, perhaps an unprecedented feat in just 10 months, according to latest data from industry analysts CLIVE Data Services and TAC Index. For the four weeks of February, chargeable weight was down 1 percent compared to February 2019 and up 2 percent compared to the same month last year. This was a far cry from the April 2020 volume which was down 39 percent. “Who would have thought that possible inside 10 months? It’s a … [Read more...] about Air cargo volume back to pre-Covid levels after 10 months