Premium traffic continued its dive in January, with passengers flying on first or business class tickets declining 16.7% year-over-year, a drop that followed a 13.3% dip in December, IATA said yesterday, warning that "the bottom for the decline in premium travel numbers is not yet in sight." In a Premium Traffic Monitor released yesterday, IATA said premium cabins have been steadily less occupied since September and airlines likely will continue to struggle selling first and business class ...

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