Demand for air travel continued to grow in November although data just released by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) show a worrying disconnect between traffic and capacity on international services. IATA also notes that the year-over-year comparisons are favorable because of a weak November in 2010. When this November is compared to October, though, demand dips 0.5% on a seasonally-adjusted basis. Airfreight also continued its decline, with a 3.8% dip in ...
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