IATA reported yesterday that investors "looked more favorably" at airlines in September "as signs emerged of an upturn in this highly cyclical industry," but it reiterated that the worldwide industry is on pace for an $11 billion full-year loss. In its latest Airlines Financial Monitor released yesterday, the organization noted that oil and jet fuel prices were $10 per barrel higher in the third quarter than in the second quarter and $14 per barrel higher in the third quarter than in the ...

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