Worldwide air passenger traffic increased 4.7% in June, down 1.5 point from May’s 6.2% growth, according to IATA’s June Air Passenger Market Analysis report. “[The results] are encouraging even though it is a slight weakening on May’s performance,” IATA DG and CEO Tony Tyler said. “Earlier signs of a softening in demand are dissipating.” At the 2014 half-year point, comparative air passenger traffic growth year-to-date stands at 5.9%, 1.1 ...

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