IATA Says Traffic Recovery Picking Up, But Fuel Price Pressure Remains

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Credit: Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
The global air traffic recovery is gaining momentum, but high jet fuel prices will continue to pile pressure on airlines and are likely to be reflected in rising ticket prices, IATA said Sept. 7, as it released its latest data for passenger and cargo markets for July. Total traffic in July measured...

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