The latest figures from IATA show international premium passenger numbers grew 3.3% in September compared to a year ago, although this is less than the 8.6% increased observed in August. “The downward pressure on demand for premium air travel has eased over recent months, consistent with developments in key demand drivers. Business confidence has been increasing throughout Q3 and Europe and the United States have both shown signs of improving economic conditions,” says IATA. Major markets like the North Atlantic have contributed to the recent increase in volumes. Premium passenger numbers rose 3.1% in September on a year ago for

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