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GLOBAL AIR CARGO VOLUMESGlobal air cargo volumes have recovered from pre-recession levels (2007-2008).Source: ACI Worldwide Airport Traffic Report Summary.Note: The Airport Traffic Report Summary is a comparison of airports with complete data series for the 12-month period under review. 2012E is an annualized value based on data throughSeptember 2012.01020304050607080901002007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012EMetricTons(inmillions)Air Cargo Volumes by World Region (metric tons):Asia-Pacific North America Europe Middle East Latin America Africa
While air cargo volumes haveincreased, demand is lagging and 5-6 yearsbehind expectations.LAGGING DEMAND051015202530354045Africa Asia-Pacific Europe Latin America Middle East North AmericaMetricTons(inmillions)Gap Analysis: Actual 2011 vs. Projected 2011 Air Cargo Volumes by World Region (metric tons):Actual Projected
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Things to Remember…Adverse regulations & other non-tariff barriers are detrimental to thesupply chain and U.S. competitiveadvantage.Federal Budget Woes can adverselyaffect air cargoConsumer confidence will increasespending and improve theeconomic situation for air cargo