IATA Sees Risks Of Slower Recovery As New Virus Mutations Spread

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FRANKFURT—IATA warned Feb. 3 that recovery of air travel in 2021 could be significantly slower than previously expected. IATA chief economist Brian Pearce said demand volume for the full year could end up rising only 13% to 38% of pre-crisis levels if new coronavirus mutations continue to spread and...

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