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   Vol. 19 No. 50
Saturday July 4, 2020
Christmas in June

  CLIVE Data Services, which began tracking air cargo numbers in 2018 had not seen anything impact the global airline industry in the way that COVID-19 has during the first five months of this year.
  But CLIVE Data does recognize the cargo move upward from PPE to more traditional shipments in June.
  Looking ahead, CLIVE Managing Director, Niall van de Wouw, an ex KLM Cargo guy is eschewing the crystal ball approach by taking a wait-and-see attitude for the remainder of 2020.
  “Load factor in June was at a level we did not see during normal peak Christmas periods, resulting in yields that were well above 2019 levels,” he commented.
  “Next test will be how an influx of ‘normal’ passenger flights, which are not driven by cargo demand, will impact load factors.”


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