Forecast: Nearly 10% fewer passengers in 2010

10/15/2009 | USA Today · American City Business Journals

Airline traffic in the U.S. will likely continue to slide next year, according to a forecast from Boyd Group International. The aviation consultancy predicts passenger counts will slip 9.9% next year and could take several years to return to pre-recession levels.

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