The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has published its November Airlines Financial Monitor, which states that the ongoing releases of airline financial data for Q3 2018 continue to “point to a squeeze on profit margins from higher input costs relative to a year ago, as well as a decline in free cash flow generation over the period too”. IATA notes that global airline share prices rebounded by 10.0% in November, which broadly reversed the similar-sized fall seen in the previous month. However, concerns over the impact of rising costs on industry profitability have seen the global airline share price index
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