Study grades airline performance poorly, but data shows air travel up

Airlines posted their worst operational performance in two decades, according to a study released Monday. However, the number of travelers continues to climb with more than 769.1 million people flying on commercial airlines in 2007, according to the DOT. The Air Transport Association did not comment on the report but noted that it will continue to collaborate with carriers, airports and the DOT to address travelers' concerns.

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