Air freight slumps in February as market faces headwinds

Air freight slumps in February as market faces headwinds

Global air cargo traffic shrank 5.6 percent in February, but the steepest monthly decline in three years was heavily skewed by the impact of disruption at U.S. West Coast ports in early 2015 that triggered a one-off spike in demand for air freight, the International Air Transportation Association said.

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