IATA reported "an interruption" in the recovery in premium airline travel evidenced in July and August as international premium traffic declined 13.9% year-over-year in September, marking "a deterioration from the 12% August fall." In its latest Premium Travel Monitor, the organization stated, "The question is whether this setback is just the usual volatility--upturns are never smooth--or a change in the previously improving trend." It added that "most analyses" of recent dips in world trade ...

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