The world's airlines' passenger traffic increased by 6.4% in 2011 on a 6.5% rise in capacity, according to ICAO, which predicted the annual rate of growth going forward won't be as robust. In a presentation to FAA's annual Aviation Forecast Conference in Washington Friday, ICAO Air Transport Bureau chief-economic analysis and policy Narjess Teyssier projected that global airlines' collective passenger traffic will "most likely" grow at an annual average rate ...

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