Sagging business confidence in key developed markets continues to hamper international premium-traffic growth, as long-haul routes link high-growth markets to offset a general weakness in premium passenger figures, IATA data show. Premium—or non-economy—traffic on international routes has been largely flat since August 2014, “consistent with a lagged response to the waning business confidence” throughout the second half of last year, IATA says. February premium ...

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