San Francisco Int’l Airport May Cargo Statistics

The following table shows cargo volumes at the San Francisco International Aiport according to data available on the airport’s website.

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                          May   April   March    Feb.    Jan.    Dec.    Nov.
                         2013    2013    2013    2013    2013    2012    2012
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Cargo/Mail-Total         3.3%   -1.0%  -13.5%  -10.1%   -1.7%   -2.3%    2.1%
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Total Cargo              4.5%    0.9%  -15.5%   -8.7%    1.0%   -6.1%    3.7%
 Domestic              -14.6%    9.4%  -27.1%  -22.8%   -1.1%  -11.1%    5.2%
 International          16.7%   -4.9%   -7.9%    0.9%    2.3%   -2.6%    2.8%
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Total US Mail           -7.7%  -14.4%    3.1%  -19.8%  -17.2%   25.0%   -8.7%
 Domestic               13.3%    8.0%    7.4%    2.2%   -0.5%   58.7%  -11.3%
 International         -38.2%  -47.5%   -3.0%  -51.6%  -45.3%   -1.9%   -4.9%
Int’l Cargo & Mail      13.1%   -8.6%   -7.5%   -3.8%   -2.2%   -2.5%    2.1%
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                          May   April   March    Feb.    Jan.    Dec.    Nov.
                         2013    2013    2013    2013    2013    2012    2012
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 Europe                 25.0%    3.0%    0.9%   -7.1%  -13.9%  -10.3%    5.3%
 Asia/Middle East       10.7%  -12.0%  -11.0%   -3.7%    2.9%   -0.2%   -1.0%
 Australia/Oceania      -0.9%  -13.6%    2.3%  -21.1%  -18.5%   22.2%    4.8%
 Latin America          18.2%    8.3%    1.5%  117.1%  -36.3%  -33.2%   73.7%
 Canada                 -2.6%  -27.1%   44.1%  -19.5%    7.2%  -14.3%   -6.7%
                     ---------------------Metric Tons (000’s)-------------------
Cargo/Mail-Total       35.491  29.442  28.724  25.613  27.450  31.810  30.123
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Total Cargo            32.557  26.315  24.926  22.739  24.104  26.951  26.603
 Domestic              10.370  11.521   8.583   7.769   9.194  10.373  10.182
 International         22.187  14.794  16.343  14.970  14.909  16.578  16.421
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Total US Mail           2.935   3.127   3.798   2.874   3.347   4.859   3.520
 Domestic               2.131   2.350   2.313   2.167   2.521   2.737   2.032
 International          0.803   0.777   1.485   0.706   0.825   2.121   1.489
Int’l Cargo & Mail     22.990  15.571  17.828  15.676  15.735  18.700  17.910
 Europe                 4.852   3.751   4.291   3.425   3.036   3.623   4.158
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                          May   April   March    Feb.    Jan.    Dec.    Nov.
                         2013    2013    2013    2013    2013    2012    2012
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 Asia/Middle East      17.085  10.962  12.413  11.318  12.067  13.941  12.509
 Australia/Oceania      0.645   0.515   0.712   0.485   0.378   0.756   0.580
 Latin America          0.335   0.303   0.319   0.398   0.201   0.319   0.603
 Canada                 0.073   0.040   0.093   0.050   0.053   0.061   0.059
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Source: San Francisco International Airport

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