Air freight index 2022 3Q
Lean Energy Co., Ltd. (LE) announced the transition of air cargo fares reflecting the Jul-Sep 2022. This index is calculated originally by LE using the bidding data conducted by LE's international logistics platform e-Bid Freight and other external sources.
TC3 to TC1
Air freight fell sharply this period due to sluggish cargo demand. Destinations JFK and MEX have maintained high levels...
TC3 to TC2
Freight index declined significantly, as did the TC1 region. Air freight rates fell sharply for AMS, FRA, and LHR, although...
Japan to TC3
Freight index for Japan to TC3 rose slightly, unlike the significant decline in destination TC1 and TC2. Cargo demand has...
TC3 to Japan
Max range and min range indexes are trending upward, while mid range index declined slightly...
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Index calculation method
This index was calculated originally by LE using the bidding data conducted by LE's international logistics platform e-Bid Freight and other external sources.
TC1,2,3 are based on the regional divisions defined by IATA, TC1 refers to the Americas (North America, Central America, South America), TC2 refers to Europe, the Middle East, African Continent, and TC3 refers to Asia.
The index is calculated based on the total amount of Airfreight plus Fuel Surcharge and Security Surcharge.
Max range is high price range, Mid range is median range, Min range is low price range
2020 2Q (April-June 2020) is the time to expand COVID19 and may be omitted due to lack of valid data.
Midrange of 2020 1Q is set 1 as an indicator for each index