IATA reported that international passenger traffic continued in its recovery in June with premium seats up 16.6% and economy travel up 9.5% compared to June 2009, but cautioned that the post-recession rebound in travel may be slowing. Despite April's volcanic ash-related airspace closures in Europe, global premium travel volume for the first-half of the year was up 11.9% year-over-year and economy travel was up 6.3%. Total international passenger traffic lifted 6.8% in the first half ...

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