Demand for air travel in the US in 2015 grew at the fastest rate since 2007, according to FAA, which has slightly increased its 20-year annual growth rate forecast for US airline traffic. FAA said US airlines’ system RPMs increased 3.8% year-over-year in 2015 as domestic RPMs rose by 4.8% and international RPMs lifted 2.2%. International air travel from/to the US in 2015 was negatively affected by the economic slowdown in China and recessions in Brazil and Russia, FAA said. Bumping ...

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