Both passenger and cargo demand are rebounding, particularly in Asia and developing markets, but there are "very large geographical differences" in the recovery and rising fuel costs hamper the "ability to turn stronger demand into profit," IATA stated in its latest "Airlines Financial Monitor" released yesterday. Carriers continue to add capacity "at a very cautious rate," leading to record load factors in January, the organization reported. The "tighter supply-demand conditions" are ...

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