IATA said airlines globally can expect to see the record profit levels achieved in 2015 again this year, but with major variations across different regions. At a briefing in London, IATA’s chief economist Brian Pearce said that for the first time in history, investors could look for a return comparable to other industries. Global economy “The global economy is stuck in a low-growth rut, but over the past year and in the year ahead we expect the [airline] industry to perform ...

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