The strong recovery in air travel continued in May as ARC reported that ticket sales through participating travel agencies rose 25.7% compared to May 2009 to $7.08 billion. It marked the seventh consecutive month of improvement and an acceleration compared to the 21.6% year-over-year increase recorded for ticket sales for the January-May period. May credit card sales rose 26% to $6.31 billion. Total fares, excluding taxes and fees, jumped 27.1% to $6.01 billion. Domestic fares grew 22.1% ...

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