Middle Eastern carriers continue to post the strongest growth in freight, a report said, adding that their FTKs (freight-tonne-kilometres) expanded 9.2 per cent in January as compared to same month in 2013.
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Middle East carriers had the strongest year-over-year traffic growth worldwide in May at 13.2 per cent as airlines continue to benefit from the strength of regional economies, a report said.
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Middle Eastern carriers recorded a global high of 13.2 per cent year-on-year rise in FTK (freight tonne kilometre) volumes during March, with the strong performance coming on the back of growth in both developed and emerging markets, said a repo
Middle East carriers had the strongest year-over-year traffic growth in February at 13.4 per cent as airlines continue to benefit from the strength of regional economies and solid growth in business-related premium travel.
Middle Eastern carriers continued their double-digit growth in freight volumes in February, up 11.9 per cent compared to a year ago, benefiting from the stronger growth in developed economies and the expanding trade with emerging markets.
Middle Eastern carriers reported a 16.5 per cent year-on-year growth in air cargo demand for November 2013 over the previous year, reflecting the strongest performance among all regions worldwide, a report said.
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Middle East carriers reported the strongest year-over-year traffic growth in October at 14 per cent, benefiting from strong demand for business-related premium travel, particularly to developing markets such as Africa, a report said.
Middle East carriers saw a robust 9.9 per cent growth in cargo in September, but this is slightly below the average performance of 12.3 per cent so far this year, a report said, noting that the underlying trends for the region are strong.
Middle East carriers had the strongest year-over-year traffic growth at 15.1 per cent in August, a trend which will continue with solid progress in non-oil producing sectors in countries such as Saudi Arabia and the UAE, a report said.
Middle Eastern carriers recorded the second-highest growth globally in passenger traffic year-on-year in May, up 17.5 percent, according to the International Air Transport Association (IATA).
The region’s carriers continue to post strong g