Increased passenger count for October spurs recovery hopes

12/11/2009 | USA Today

For the first time since March 2008, U.S. airlines recorded an uptick in year-over-year passenger figures, according to October statistics from the Transportation Department. Airlines carried 54.7 million passengers in October, an increase of 0.8%. Domestic travel rose while international travel declined, according to the DOT.

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