US Air Transport Assn. reported yesterday that US airlines' passenger revenue rose 1.4% year-over-year in January, marking the first time since October 2008 that monthly revenue did not fall, while full-year 2009 cargo numbers revealed the largest one-year decline in history at 11%. The organization said that 0.4% fewer passengers traveled on US airlines for the month but the average price to fly 1 mi. rose 0.6%, the first such increase since November 2008. "Growth was strongest on ...

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