Airline industry groups are reporting further strong gains in demand on international routes, with continuing growth dispelling fears that the recovery has run out of steam. Both the International Air Transport Association and the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines believe that demand is returning to a steady growth curve. The two groups posted another month of solid passenger and freight traffic increases in October, with load factors also rising. IATA says passenger traffic on ...
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