The International Air Transport Association (IATA) expects fares to continue their upward trend with the supply-demand conditions still “close to historic highs”, the association says in its current Premium Traffic Monitor. IATA points out that fares are still 15% below the pre-recession peak, but 15% above the January 2009 low. Premium travel was up 8.1% in January, after growth had slowed significantly in December as a result of the severe winter weather. Overall traffic increased by ...

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