No bottom yet for air travel, group says

07/16/2009 | Nasdaq.com

An international airline group is backing off its earlier announcement that spring numbers indicated a bottom had been reached in the travel market. The association said an apparent stabilization in passenger numbers may simply be due to changing travel patterns rather than actual passenger counts. Premium travel in May was down 23.6%, its 12th consecutive monthly decline.

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