IATA reported that international scheduled passenger traffic rose 2.1% year-over-year in November while global FTKs lifted 9.5% compared to November 2008, but it cautioned that the apparent improvement for both passengers and cargo is "exaggerated by the sharp fall in demand experienced during the second half of 2008." It said that November passenger demand was 6.4% better than the low point reached in the first quarter of 2009 but still 6% below peak levels seen in early 2008. November ...

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