The International Air Transport Association (IATA) recorded “strong demand growth in air travel” in March 2023, with global traffic up over 52% year-on-year among the more than 300 airlines it counts as members. Traffic, if measured in revenue passenger kilometers (RPKs) hit 88% of March 2019 levels, the Geneva-based IATA, whose carriers account for around 83% of passengers flown worldwide. Domestic traffic for March rose 34.1% and hit 98.9% of the March 2019, the IATA said, while international traffic climbed 68.9%. All markets recorded “healthy growth”, the IATA said, with the rebound “led once again by carriers in the Asia-Pacific

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