Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A system of transporting freight by air.
  • n. The amount charged for transporting freight by air.

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  • n. the transportation of freight by air
  • n. the amount charged for such transport
  • v. To transport by air.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • v. transport (cargo) by air

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Examples

  • May also said a ban on unaccompanied airfreight coming from Yemen would be extended to Somalia, given possible contacts between al Qaeda in Yemen and terrorist groups in Somalia, as well as concern on airport security in Mogadishu.

    World Watch

  • We import everything by airfreight from the Rungis market in Paris on Tuesday and Saturday mornings.

    Getting Into Another Fine Mezze

  • The company's Ground package volumes are holding up reasonably well, but its Express division is starting to show some weakness as airfreight volumes slow in global hubs like Hong Kong.

    FedEx Shares Could Be Grounded for Now

  • Any slowing certainly will mean headaches for FedEx, where international airfreight is its highest margin business.

    FedEx's Prospects May Take Cue From Hong Kong

  • According to R.W. Baird analyst Jon Langenfeld , airfreight weakness has continued into September, casting doubt on the strength of the all-important holiday shipping season.

    FedEx's Prospects May Take Cue From Hong Kong

  • That is why investors keep a close eye on Hong Kong airfreight volumes, which serve as a barometer of global trade activity and growth prospects.

    FedEx's Prospects May Take Cue From Hong Kong

  • For the two major airfreight shipping companies, FedEx and United Parcel Service , these cargo volumes also are a direct read on business activity.

    FedEx's Prospects May Take Cue From Hong Kong

  • The Renault F1 team, for example, travels to races with two cars, a spare chassis, eight engines, 25 metric tons of airfreight not including 18 sets of tires for each of the team's two drivers, and a staff of about 70 people.

    Formula One Roars to Banks of Hudson

  • FedEx /Bloomberg News Hong Kong airfreight volumes serve as a barometer of global trade activity and growth prospects.

    FedEx's Prospects May Take Cue From Hong Kong

  • Hong Kong airfreight tonnage volumes were down 7.8% year on year, compared with most analysts' expectations for a small increase.

    FedEx's Prospects May Take Cue From Hong Kong

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