Premium air travel demand slackened in February, increasing 4.1% year-over-year, but slowing from January’s 6.1% growth, according to IATA’s February Premium Traffic Monitor. “Although the demand backdrop for premium traffic remains broadly positive, rates of improvements in business conditions have slowed,” IATA said. IATA cited weakening output in China as a significant factor for concern: “[Manufacturing] business activity has been contracting since January, ...

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