reports high capacity-utilisation in 2012

Cargo, Lufthansa
February 2013
Cargo Talk;Feb2013, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p12
The article reports on the stable level of aircraft capacity-utilization of Germany's leading cargo carrier, Lufthansa Cargo AG in 2012 and also discusses decreased demand in all traffic region, profitability of freighter routes and airfreight markets.


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