Global air passenger traffic was up 7.8% in June, reflecting a healthy start to the peak summer travel season in the northern hemisphere, but overall demand through June has moderated in 2018 compared to the first-half of 2017, according to IATA’s latest Air Passenger Market Analysis. Compared to April and May 2018, in which year-over-year (YOY) passenger traffic growth was about 6% each month, June’s results were strong, considerably ahead of the 5.5% 10-year average pace. But ...

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