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Strong Cargo Demand Continues in July
 
Strong Cargo Demand Continues in July

1 September 2021 2021: The International Air Transport Association (IATA) released July 2021 data for global air cargo markets showing that demand continued its strong growth trend.

As comparisons between 2021 and 2020 monthly results are distorted by the extraordinary impact of COVID-19, unless otherwise noted, all comparisons below are to July 2019 which followed a normal demand pattern.

• Global demand, measured in cargo tonne-kilometers (CTKs*), was up 8.6% compared to July 2019. Overall growth remains strong compared to the long-term average growth trend of around 4.7%.
• The pace of growth slowed slightly compared to June which saw demand increase 9.2% (against pre-COVID-19 levels).
• Capacity continues to recover but is still 10.3% down compared to July 2019.  
• Economic conditions continue to support air cargo growth:
 The July export orders component of the manufacturing Purchasing Managers Indices (PMIs) was 52.7, indicating a short-term boost to demand if those orders are shipped by air.
 The inventory-to-sales ratio remains low ahead of the peak year-end retail season.

“July was another solid month for global air cargo demand. Economic conditions indicate that the strong growth trend will continue into the peak year-end demand period. The Delta variant of COVID-19 could bring some risks. If supply chains and production lines are disrupted, there is potential for a knock-on effect for air cargo shipments,” said Wille Walsh, IATA’s Director General.  

Air cargo market detail - July 2021

 

World         July 2021 (% ch vs the same month in 2019)                                       

share 1

CTK

ACTK

CLF (%-pt)2

CLF (level)3

TOTAL MARKET                               100.0%

8.6%

-10.3%

9.5%

54.4%

Asia Pacific                                         32.6%

1.2%

-19.8%

13.6%

65.4%

Europe                                                   22.3%

6.1%

-14.1%

11.3%

59.8%

Latin America                                       2.4%

-9.8%

-17.7%

3.4%

38.7%

Middle East                                         13.0%

11.3%

-6.1%

8.4%

53.6%

North America                                   27.8%

21.2%

1.8%

7.1%

44.3%

 

 

 

 

 

International                                      85.5%

8.9%

-13.6%

13.0%

62.8%

Asia Pacific                                         29.1%

4.4%

-19.5%

17.6%

76.5%

Europe                                                   21.9%

6.0%

-15.4%

12.7%

63.0%

Latin America                                       2.0%

-10.2%

-25.3%

8.7%

51.8%

Middle East                                         13.0%

11.3%

-6.1%

8.4%

54.0%

North America                                   17.5%

20.5%

-6.6%

12.6%

55.9%

 

1% of industry CTKs in 2020 2Change in load factor vs same month in 2019 3Load factor level

July Regional Performance

Asia-Pacific airlines saw demand for international air cargo increase 4.4% in July 2021 compared to the same month in 2019, and an improvement compared to the previous month’s 3.9% expansion. Demand is being affected by an easing of momentum in key activity indicators in Asia, and by congested supply chains. 

North American carriers posted a 20.5% increase in international demand in July 2021 compared to July 2019. This was in line with June’s performance (19.8%) and the strongest of all regions. New export orders and demand for faster shipping times are underpinning the North American performance. 

European carriers posted a 6.0% increase in demand in July 2021 compared to the same month in 2019. This was a marginal decrease compared to the previous month (6.8%). Manufacturing activity, orders and supplier delivery times are still favorable to air cargo. 

Middle Eastern carriers posted an 11.3% rise in international cargo volumes in July 2021 versus July 2019. This was a decrease compared to the previous month (15.8%). Some routes, however, are still posting strong performance, for example on the large Middle East–Asia trade lanes. 

Latin American carriers reported a decline of 10.2% in international cargo volumes in July compared to the 2019 period, an improvement from the -21.5% fall recorded in June. Although Latin America continues to show the weakest regional performance, the comparison with pre-crisis traffic levels has been highly volatile in recent months. Several trade routes to/from Latin America are performing well, such as North-Central and North-South America and Europe-South America, confirming that demand for air cargo in the region is recovering from the crisis. 

African airlines’ cargo demand statistics were unavailable at time of going to press. This will be summarized next month.


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Posted on : Wednesday, September 1, 2021  12:41:00 PM UAE local time (GMT+4)
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