April sees slower decline in international traffic

International air traffic was down again in April, but the 3.1% slide was much less drastic than the 11.1% plunge in March, a trade group said on Wednesday. Every region except Latin America and the Middle East experienced declines. North American carriers saw a 4.2% drop in international traffic, which nearly matched a 4% reduction in capacity. Cargo continued its steep fall, down 21.7% from year-ago levels.

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