IATA cuts airline industry 2010 loss forecast by half. Structural shift in premium yields?

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has halved its airline industry loss forecast for 2010 to USD2.8 billion (compared to the USD5.6 billion loss forecast in Dec-2009) and lowered its 2009 loss estimate from a previously forecast USD11 billion to USD9.4 billion. The upgrade is largely driven by a “much stronger” recovery in demand seen by year-end gains that continued into the early months of 2010.

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