British Airways yesterday cut its forecasted growth in full-year revenue to 5%-6% from 6%-7% as a result of the increased security measures that followed the August terrorist threat. The airline said that most business segments are "recovering well" but that transfer traffic--especially premium--and premium short-haul traffic were "soft" in September owing to carry-on baggage restrictions. "The reintroduction of standard carry-on bag sizes agreed at the end of the month, and harmonization of ...

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