Global international passenger traffic rebounded across-the-board in August, as overall traffic grew 4.5% year-over-year after two months of weak growth in the 2-3% range, according to IATA’s August Premium Traffic Monitor. “Business confidence has started to rise once more, as worries about the impact of geopolitical developments and US Federal Reserve monetary policy appear to have diminished,” IATA said. “If this improvement continues, which is the consensus view ...

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