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Air Freight Data

Stay up-to-date with this exclusive collection of charts, which illustrate everything from Asian and European carriers' cargo traffic to freight forwarder airfreight sales.

  • Asia Airlines Capacity and Cargo Traffic

    Overall, airfreight demand in freight tonne kilometers (FTK) grew by an encouraging 4.7 percent compared to the same month last year. The average international freight load factor rose for the second consecutive month, by 0.8 percentage points to 66.1 percent in June, on a 3.4 percent growth in offered freight capacity. Source: Association of Asia Pacific Airlines

  • Drewry Air Freight Price Index

    East-West airfreight rates were for the second month in a row largely unchanged in July with Drewry’s East-West Air Freight Price Index only moving up by 0.8 points to 102.4 points. The small increase in pricing brought the index up to within 1.4 points of April’s high and an impressive 8.2 points above last year’s level, indicating the strength of the recovery in airfreight pricing over the last 12 months. Pricing stability has been supported by the removal of freighter capacity that has compensated for a seasonal rise in belly-hold space. Hence, Drewry expects airfreight rates to remain stable through August. However, thereafter pricing is expected to rise as new product launches, such as the iPhone 6, lead to a tightening of capacity. Source: Drewry Sea & Air Shipper Insight

  • European Airlines Freight Traffic

    This is the monthly year-over-year percent change in overall freight traffic and Asia-Pacific freight traffic for European airlines. Asia Pacific fell in June 2014, and overall increased. Source: Association of European Airlines

  • Freight Forwarder Airfreight Sales Year-Over-Year

    This is the air cargo worldwide change year over year for June 2014. Yield is slightly up for all forwarders, and chargeable weight spiked. Source: WorldACD Market Data

  • Fuel Cost for U.S. Carriers

    This is fuel cost for U.S. carriers' scheduled service. The cost continued increased in June 2014. Source: U.S. Bureau of Transportation Statistics

  • U.S. Airlines Domestic and International Cargo Traffic

    This is the monthly year-over-year percent change in domestic and international cargo traffic for U.S. airlines. Domestic and international fell in June 2014. Source: Airlines for America

  • Worldwide Monthly Year-Over-Year Percent Change in Capacity and Traffic

    The International Air Transport Association (IATA) released data for global air freight markets showing 2.3% growth in demand (measured in freight tonne kilometers) over June 2013. That is slower than the 4.9% growth reported for May. Source: IATA

  • Worldwide Semiconductor Sales Trends

    The Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA), representing U.S. leadership in semiconductor manufacturing and design, today announced that worldwide sales of semiconductors reached $82.7 billion during the second quarter of 2014, an increase of 5.4 percent over the previous quarter and a jump of 10.8 percent compared to the second quarter of 2013. Global sales for the month of June 2014 reached $27.57 billion, marking the industry’s highest monthly sales ever. June’s sales were 10.8 percent higher than the June 2013 total of $24.88 billion and 2.6 percent more than last month’s total of $26.86 billion. Source: Semiconductor Industry Association

  • Year-Over-Year Tonnage Growth by Region

    This is the air cargo chargeable weight change year over year, including intra-regional air cargo. Asia Pacific, North America and Africa saw the largest increases for June 2014. Source: WorldACD Market Data

  • Yield Index Region-to-Region

    This is the air cargo (in USD) yield index (January 2008=100). Asia Pacific to Asia Pacific and Europe to Asia Pacific were below the index in June 2014, while Europe to Central & South America was slightly above the index. Source: WorldACD Market Data