US FAA projected a "near term. . .definite pause in growth" for the domestic airline market in its annual aerospace forecast released yesterday but emphasized that growth will be "vibrant down the road." Speaking at the FAA Aviation Forecast Conference in Washington, Acting Administrator Bobby Sturgell said, "We're talking flat growth in operations and slow growth in passengers." He cited a "series of cascading events" that led to the slowdown, including "$100 oil, an economic picture that's ...

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