U.S. carriers should move 210 million passengers during the 2014 summer season—a 1.5% boost from 2013 and the highest total since the still-record years of 2007 and 2008, Airlines For America (A4A) projects. The boost will include a record 30 million passengers on international flights, A4A says. Several factors are driving the positive trends, A4A says. Among them: general economic expansion, an improving job market, and wage growth that outpaces airline fare increases. The top ...

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