For the first time in 20 years, low-cost carriers are growing at a slower pace than traditional carriers in Europe, David Marsh, Eurocontrol STATFOR manager-forecasting and traffic analysis, directorate network management, said Friday. Speaking at the 37th annual FAA Aviation Forecast Conference in Washington, Marsh said that although low-cost carriers have seen astounding growth in the last two decades over traditional carriers, “last year was the first year when the tables have ...

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