Auckland airport numbers suggest exports are hurting more than imports

Auckland airport numbers suggest exports are hurting more than imports
Jenny Ruth
Cargo through Auckland International Airport was already down before the coronavirus crisis began but early indications are that the decline is accelerating, according to chief executive Adrian Littlewood.So far, export volumes appear to be suffering the most.The airport has provided provisional figures for February, earlier than normal, which show total certified takeoff weight in tonnes for the month was down 3.3 percent from the previous February. That followed a 7.5 percent decline in January.The February result included a 3.4 percent fall...

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