US airlines saw passenger revenue fall 19% year-over-year in February, the fourth straight month of declining revenue figures, the US Air Transport Assn. reported Friday. "12% fewer travelers paid 8% less to fly one mile on US airlines, with declines extending beyond the mainland US to transatlantic, transpacific and Latin markets," ATA said. Carriers also are taking a hit on the cargo front, ATA noted, reporting that RTMs lowered 21% year-over-year in January following 17% drops in both ...

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