Washington-based Air Transport Assn. said it expects that US airlines will carry 2.2 million passengers per day during the summer travel season June 1-Aug. 31, up almost 1% compared to 2.18 million carried daily during the year-ago period but well below the historic peak of 2.36 million in 2007. "We anticipate that the summer 2010 air travel season will be very modestly ahead of last year," said ATA President and CEO James May. "We would like to see even more growth, but ...

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