IATA reported that, after a dip in August, international premium traffic increased in September by 12.1% compared to September 2009, providing grounds for a "reasonable expectation that the recovery in premium traffic will continue into the final quarter of the year," according to the organization's September Premium Traffic Monitor. On the strength of the performance, IATA also said that "it would appear that earlier concerns over a stalling of recovery of premium ...

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