The global passenger traffic in September 2022 showed a steady rise of 57% as compared to September 2021 according to The International Air Transport Association (IATA)’s latest report. IATA predicts that the recovery in air travel continues to be strong and global air traffic is now at 73.8% of September 2019 levels. Domestic traffic for European operators was up 6.9% compared in September 2022 to the year-ago period while international traffic climbed 122.2%. Willie Walsh, IATA’s Director General said: “Even with economic and geopolitical uncertainties, the demand for air transport continues to recover ground. The outlier is still China with its
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