"Clearly there's less need for speed in a soft global environment," Davis said. "I think we've seen that. We've been in that environment, unfortunately, for a couple of years now. But I do think that what gets (air cargo shipping) going again is obviously innovative and high value goods," Davis said.

-- Written by Ted Reed in Charlotte, N.C.

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