Global international passenger traffic fell 2.3% in September, compared to the year-ago month, according to IATA’s September Premium Traffic Monitor. Across the board in both premium and economy traffic, growth stalled at 2.3%; in both categories, September rates were a 2.2 point drop from August’s 4.5% growth. September’s slow growth returns to levels reported in June (2.4%) and July (2.6%). While acknowledging the overall number of passengers was lower in September than ...

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