EXPRESS INDUSTRY STUDY FINDS AIR FREIGHT REVENUES UP 5.7%
Air freight revenues for U.S. domestic air freight and express industries rose 5.7 percent to $29.3 billion in 2000, according to a study by the Air Cargo Management Group.
Overall traffic in the U.S. industry grew 3.7 percent to 15,440 billion ton miles, according to ACMG's 2001 U.S. Domestic Air Freight and Express Industry Study.
Seattle Wash.-based, ACMG is a specialized aviation consulting firm focusing on the worldwide air freight industry. The complete study, available for $600, can be found at http://www.cargofacts.com .