Singapore Airlines CEO Chew Choon Seng believes the traffic downturn largely has bottomed out. Speaking to ATWOnline at this week's Star Alliance event in Newark, Chew cited "signs. . .that market demand has stabilized," adding that SIA has observed that some corporations are easing their travel policies. But he noted that "all of us have lost two years of growth" and "the fact of the matter is that the G20 countries are not out of the woods yet." Discussing the collapse in airfreight, which ...

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