Global air passenger traffic slowed in September to a 5.7% year-over-year increase, its weakest growth rate since February, but largely a temporary lapse attributable to the impacts of hurricanes on Latin and North America and a typhoon on Japan, according to IATA’s September Air Passenger Market Analysis. IATA indicated there will likely be significant ongoing impact from the storms on passenger traffic to and from the most affected Caribbean islands. “But the fact that airport ...

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