The annual expected dip in overall global air cargo tonnages over the American Thanksgiving holiday was less than in the equivalent period last year, analysts at WorldACD Market Data have confirmed. Although outbound volumes from North America experienced an anticipated significant dop, outbound yields from the Asia Pacific region continued to rise. Preliminary figures for week 47 (20 to 26 November) show a -3% decrease in tonnages and a 2% increase in global average rates, compared with the previous week, based on the more than 400,000 weekly transactions covered by WorldACD’s data. Worldwide, weeks 46 and 47 saw overall tonnage

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