IATA reported that international premium traffic rose just 0.1% year-over-year in October, after a 6.7% growth in September.
IATA reported that international premium traffic rose just 0.1% year-over-year in October, after a 6.7% growth in September (ATW Daily News, Nov. 25), that is “consistent with weaker trade and confidence indicators,” IATA said in its latest premium traffic monitor. Economy travel was 4% higher than October 2010. “Because the stronger growth in economy travel has occurred in sectors of weaker economic performance—within Europe and Europe to Far East—it is ...
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