FAA’s Traffic Forecast Down For Second Consecutive Year

FAA’s 20-year industry forecast, released March 6, for the second consecutive year projects a slowdown in U.S. airline traffic, citing changes in the global economy and industry constraint on capacity growth. That discipline has enabled airlines to keep yields steady, which lessens demand...

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