Cargo Facts Asia 2015

April in Hong Kong


Asia Cargo News

Regular Items from the Monthly Cargo Facts Asia Update

Traffic up, yeilds down at Cathay & more

Traffic up, yeilds down at Cathay & more

Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific Airways reported a first-half net profit of HKD 347 million, up from a HKD 24 million profit in 1H13, as total revenue rose 4.6% to HKD...

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HKIA cargo volume up in July

HKIA cargo volume up in July

Hong Kong International Airport reported cargo volume in July up 8.3% y-o-y to 370,000 tonnes. Export volume was up 7.5% to 235,000 tonnes, while import volume was up...

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July & August aircraft comings & goings

July & August aircraft comings & goings

• Silk Way Airlines of Azerbaijian took delivery of its first 747-8F (44444). The Baku-based carrier, ordered two 747-8Fs in June of 2013.  The aircraft were both...

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Air freight rates remain stable in July

Air freight rates remain stable in July

According to the Drewry East-West Air Freight Price Index, rates increased only 0.8 points in July to 102.4 (based on a value of 100 in May 2012). The small increase in...

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JAL Cargo revenues rise in carrier’s fiscal Q1

JAL Cargo revenues rise in carrier’s fiscal Q1

Japan Airlines reported cargo revenue up 4.6% in its fiscal first quarter (ended 30 June) to US$193 million, accounting for 6.5% of total revenue. Cargo traffic for the...

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Singapore Airlines reduces cargo losses

Singapore Airlines reduces cargo losses

Singapore Airlines Cargo reported an operating loss of US$14 million in its 2015 fiscal first quarter, an improvement over the US$32 million loss in 1QFY14. Singapore...

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YTO Express gets preliminary approval for air operations

YTO Express gets preliminary approval for air operations

The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) granted initial approval for the launch of service later this year by YTO Express Airlines from a base at Hangzhou...

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Hong Kong to become an aircraft leasing hub?

Hong Kong to become an aircraft leasing hub?

A task force set up in Hong Kong by the Economic Development  Commission’s Transport Working Group appears set to recommend that the territory should aim to become an...

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