Assn. of European Airlines members posted overall scheduled traffic growth in April of 3.9% compared to the year-ago month, with most of the increase coming from sustained buoyancy in the Far East market, which posted growth of 12.9%. European traffic rose only 1.7% and the North Atlantic market experienced a small downturn of 0.4%. In most markets except Far East/Australasia, traffic growth did not match capacity on offer and load factors dropped. Load factor lost 1.9 points to 65.9% on ...

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