The recent news about slowing growth in China has left airlines concerned that the most promising air transport market may be in trouble. And as data released by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) shows, the industry has a good reason to worry. Economic weakness in parts of Asia is starting to affect travel demand, with both economy and premium markets recording a growth rate downturn. Overall passenger travel on international markets rose by 3% in June compared to a year ...


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