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Salt Lake City Airport March Airfreight Falls 8.1%

The following table shows cargo volumes at the Salt Lake City International Airport for March from data provided on the airport’s website.

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               March    Feb.    Jan.    Dec.    Nov.    Oct.   Sept.    Aug.
                2014    2014    2014    2013    2013    2013    2013    2013
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            -------------------------------(YoY%)-------------------------------
Cargo          -8.1%  -11.2%  -14.6%   -1.5%  -11.3%   -3.3%   -3.9%   -2.7%
 Enplaned      -6.8%   -9.1%   -7.2%    0.6%   -6.4%    1.6%   -8.0%   -0.3%
 Deplaned      -9.5%  -13.5%  -22.1%   -3.4%  -16.1%   -8.3%    0.5%   -5.1%
Mail          -11.3%    0.8%   12.6%    7.3%  -24.1%   21.9%  -19.2%   23.4%
 Enplaned     -17.2%   -6.6%    6.2%   -0.8%  -38.0%   14.8%  -29.3%   38.6%
 Deplaned       2.3%   17.0%   25.0%   22.1%    5.4%   39.2%    0.4%   -4.8%
            -------------------------(000’s metric tons)------------------------
Cargo         12.249  10.852  11.541  14.362  11.821  12.785  11.945  13.124
 Enplaned      6.352   5.749   6.309   7.138   6.183   6.774   5.929   6.799
 Deplaned      5.898   5.103   5.232   7.224   5.638   6.011   6.016   6.325
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               March    Feb.    Jan.    Dec.    Nov.    Oct.   Sept.    Aug.
                2014    2014    2014    2013    2013    2013    2013    2013
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Mail           1.190   1.032   1.194   1.013   0.849   1.489   0.819   1.295
 Enplaned      0.773   0.657   0.740   0.605   0.472   0.991   0.475   0.945
 Deplaned      0.417   0.375   0.454   0.407   0.377   0.497   0.344   0.350
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Note: Pounds to metric tons converted using 1000 lb = 0.453592 metric tons

http://www.metric-conversions.org/weight/pounds-to-metric-tons.htm

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