San Francisco Airport May Air Cargo Falls 1.7% Y/y

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.
                         2014    2014    2014    2014    2014    2013    2013
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                     ----------------------------YoY%---------------------------
Cargo/Mail-Total         0.9%    1.9%   12.7%    0.8%    0.1%   -1.2%    0.2%
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Total Cargo             -1.7%   -0.1%   14.5%   -1.4%   -2.4%    0.9%    0.9%
 Domestic               -7.9%  -20.9%    9.7%   -7.1%   -4.8%   -0.6%  -14.8%
 International           1.3%   16.0%   17.1%    1.6%   -0.8%    1.8%   10.7%
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Total US Mail           29.7%   19.1%    0.5%   18.0%   17.6%  -12.4%   -5.2%
 Domestic               31.5%   17.4%   21.8%   17.6%   17.6%    4.4%    9.4%
 International          25.2%   24.2%  -32.7%   19.4%   17.8%  -34.1%  -25.1%
Int’l Cargo & Mail       2.1%   16.4%   12.9%    2.4%    0.1%   -2.3%    7.7%
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                          May   April   March    Feb.    Jan.    Dec.    Nov.
                         2014    2014    2014    2014    2014    2013    2013
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 Europe                  5.2%   20.9%   20.9%   25.5%   18.4%   18.7%   14.1%
 Asia/Middle East        2.2%   16.4%   10.6%   -4.6%   -4.5%   -6.6%    8.5%
 Australia/Oceania      25.3%   39.9%   20.6%   34.1%   -3.6%  -22.7%    3.6%
 Latin America         -88.6%  -85.8%   -6.5%  -33.7%   16.0%  -10.0%  -45.9%
 Canada                -13.1%   77.3%  -42.6%  -25.9%  -14.3%   15.8%  -22.3%
                     ---------------------Metric Tons (000’s)-------------------
Cargo/Mail-Total       35.825  30.001  32.361  25.820  27.470  31.439  30.191
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Total Cargo            32.017  26.277  28.545  22.429  23.535  27.185  26.853
 Domestic               9.549   9.115   9.412   7.221   8.750  10.314   8.677
 International         22.467  17.162  19.133  15.208  14.785  16.870  18.176
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Total US Mail           3.808   3.724   3.816   3.391   3.936   4.255   3.338
 Domestic               2.803   2.759   2.817   2.548   2.964   2.857   2.224
 International          1.005   0.965   0.999   0.843   0.972   1.398   1.115
Int’l Cargo & Mail     23.472  18.128  20.132  16.051  15.757  18.268  19.291
 Europe                 5.104   4.536   5.187   4.299   3.594   4.299   4.747
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                          May   April   March    Feb.    Jan.    Dec.    Nov.
                         2014    2014    2014    2014    2014    2013    2013
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 Asia/Middle East      17.459  12.757  13.734  10.800  11.521  13.027  13.571
 Australia/Oceania      0.808   0.720   0.859   0.651   0.365   0.584   0.600
 Latin America          0.038   0.043   0.299   0.264   0.233   0.287   0.326
 Canada                 0.063   0.071   0.053   0.037   0.045   0.071   0.046
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Source: San Francisco International Airport

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