IATA reported that the number of premium passengers on international flights grew 5.5% in January, the second straight month of gains following 18 consecutive months of declines. In its latest "Premium Traffic Monitor" released yesterday, the organization said the extreme drop in premium passengers that began in mid-2008 now appears to have been "a very large cyclical fall" rather than a structural shift, but warned that yields on premium traffic are still very low. Regarding traffic, ...

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