The continued strengthening of premium traffic indicates that the decline in business travel demand was cyclical, and not a reflection of a permanent market shift, according to the International Air Transport Association. IATA reports that overall passenger numbers on international routes were up 6.8% year-on-year in February, a larger rise than the 5.7% gain reported for January. Premium enplanements increased 5.9% in February, with economy rising 6.9%. Overall traffic, as measured in ...

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