US Air Transport Assn. reported that US airlines' passenger revenue sank 15% year-over-year in October, marking the 12th consecutive month of falling passenger revenue. It said the drop was "fueled primarily by the 11th consecutive month of ticket price declines." US airlines' average domestic yield in October was down 12.9% to 13.68 cents, according to ATA. Yield fell 14.4% to 11.63 cents on transatlantic flights, dropped 17.3% on flights to/from Latin America to 12.8 cents and plunged ...

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