The US Air Transport Assn. said yesterday that US airlines' passenger revenue dropped 18% year-over-year in April, the sixth consecutive month of declining passenger revenue. The number of passengers traveling on US airlines fell 6.3% for the month while the average per-mile price to fly declined 12.6%. "Revenue declines extended beyond the mainland United States to the transatlantic, transpacific and Latin markets," ATA said, noting that April results partially reflect the shift in the ...

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