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African airlines saw cargo volumes dip by 3.5% in July 2022 compared to July 2021: IATA

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African airlines saw cargo volumes dip by 3.5% in July 2022 compared to July 2021: IATA #TheInternationalAirTransportAssociation (IATA) #globalaircargomarkets #cargodemand #Ukraine #cargocapacity #globalgoodstrade #maritime #Aircargo #supplychainconstraints #cargomarkets #WillieWalsh #IATA #aircargoindustry #WorldCargoSymposium #London #AsiaPacificairlines #China #Laborshortages #lowermanufacturingactivity #Asia #Omicron #Capacity #MiddleEastern #Russia #Europe #LatinAmerican #aircargo #July #Africa #cargovolumes
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African airlines saw cargo volumes dip by 3.5% in July 2022 compared to July 2021: IATA
This was significantly slower than the growth recorded the previous month (5.7%) and the capacity was 2.2% below
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