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Online Shopping Boom Keeps Hopes High For Air Freight Profits

An explosion of e-commerce demand is buoying the air freight business, boosting profit at some major airlines despite global trade tensions and underscoring robust consumer confidence.

Air freight demand is expected to rise 4 percent this year, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) said at its annual meeting in Sydney last week.

Top beneficiaries will be freight-heavy carriers like Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific Airways, Dubai's Emirates, Germany's Lufthansa and Korean Air Lines.

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