US Air Transport Assn. said US airlines' passenger revenue increased 9% in December compared to the year-ago period, making 2010 the first year since 2006 in which US carriers' recorded rising passenger revenue in each of the 12 months. Miles flown by paying passengers aboard US airlines in December rose 3% compared to the prior-year month, while the average price to fly one mile lifted 6%. December passenger revenue was up 6% domestically and 16% on international flights, with a ...

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