U.S. airlines, coming off a year of little traffic growth and big profits, will boost capacity and traffic slightly in fiscal 2014 before a short-term jump-start followed by a steady period of growth through 2034, the latest FAA forecast projects. For U.S. carriers, system capacity – international and domestic combined – is expected to increase 1.5% this year after a 0.8% bump in 2013, FAA says. It will then increase by an average of 2.7% per year for the remainder of the agency’s ...

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