Assn. of European Airlines members posted overall scheduled traffic growth in March of 6.7% compared to the year-ago period. The increase in boardings was much lower at 2.2%. Among the long-haul regions, the Europe-Far East market remained buoyant with a growth of 13.9%. This contrasted with an increase of just 1.5% in North Atlantic traffic. In both cases, however, the growth closely matched capacity on offer and load factors remained high, approaching 84% in the case of the North ...

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