US Air Transport Assn. said members' December passenger revenue fell 4% year-over-year, the 14th consecutive monthly decline, and 2009 full-year revenue plunged a record 18%. December passenger traffic was down 3% and the average price to fly 1 mi. dropped more than 2%. Full-year passenger volume was down 6% from 2008, with a 13% fall in the average price to fly 1 mi.. The largest previous full-year revenue decline was the 14% slip from 2000 to 2001. ATA President and CEO James May said that ...

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