Global air cargo tonnages have recovered more quickly than 2022 following the annual American Thanksgiving holiday, weekly analysis from World ACD Market Data suggests, with rates ex-Asia Pacific continuing to show a strong rise. Preliminary figures for week 48 indicate a 2% increase in tonnages and a 1% increase in average global rates compared to the previous week, with demand already recovered from the seasonal post-Thanksgiving dip. On a global basis, volumes in the last two weeks remain 3% higher year-on-year, mostly driven by a 14% increase with cargo originating in the Asia-Pacific region. Overall available capacity has also increased

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