With economic growth "sluggish" over the next couple of years, "there is no rapid recovery" ahead for the US airline industry, FAA Office of Aviation Policy and Plans-Forecast and Statistics Manager Roger Schaufele said yesterday. FAA, which released its latest Aerospace Forecast covering the next 20 years at its Aviation Forecast Conference in Washington, remained relatively optimistic long-term but did downgrade projected airline industry growth from last year's prediction. It said total ...

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