Airlines also expect renewed growth in air cargo demand in the second half of this year as movements of capital goods and high-value components pick up, Brian Pearce said. Air cargo demand soared as the GLOBAL economy emerged from recession last year, driven by restocking and just-in-time supply chains. Pearce said Chinese domestic traffic, which is often regarded as a barometer of the domestic stimulus in the world's second largest economy, had dipped temporarily as authorities moved to head off inflation but should return to a path of structural growth. Get the full story at Reuters