Combined international premium and economy passenger traffic slumped for a second month in July as year-over-year growth stalled at 2.6%, according to IATA’s July Premium Traffic Monitor. July’s numbers showed only minimal improvement (0.4 point) on last July’s growth rate, and on June 2014’s 2.4% growth performance. “The slowdown is largely limited to [markets within] the Far East and markets connected to South America,” IATA said. “Economic and ...

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