The number of premium passengers continued to slump in March, falling 19.2% year-over-year, which IATA said "is consistent with the view that business expectations of recovery remain weak while consumers remain concerned about job security." Premium passenger numbers were down 21.1% in February, but the organization said the class remains in decline when adjusted for both leap year and Easter. Economy travel dropped 8.2% compared to 8.3% in February. Overall passenger numbers fell 9.3% in ...

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