US Air Transport Assn. said that passenger revenue rose 13% in February compared to the year-ago period, marking the 14th consecutive month of year-over-year revenue gains. RPMs rose 2.1% while average price per flown mile (yield) climbed 10.8%. The information was based on data from most US majors excluding Southwest Airlines. ATA said that international markets "remained especially strong" as passenger revenue grew 17%, led by a 27% increase in Pacific revenue. Domestic ...

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