IATA reported that premium traffic rose 1.9% in June following a 0.7% fall in May, marking the first increase since March. The organization said year-over-year growth in June would have been 5.7% but for a "sharp fall" in Europe. Premium revenue was up 5.4% in June following a 1.8% May increase, driven by "strong" growth on North Atlantic routes. Highest gain was on routes between Central and South America, where premium traffic rose 38.3% year-over-year; however, that route represents just ...

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