IATA reported that demand for passenger travel and cargo transport "continues to rise strongly," but noted that carriers are adding back capacity "at a cautious pace," leading to a slower rise in yields. In its latest "Airlines Financial Monitor," the organization said that "capacity restraint [is being] partly achieved by reducing aircraft utilization, slowing recovery of profits." But with load factors high, fares are 10%-11% higher than mid-2009 levels, it said. "There are no signs of ...

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