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22-Jun-2011 1:01 PM

ATA reports 17th consecutive pax revenue rise in May-2011

Air Transport Association of America (ATA) announced (21-Jun-2011) US airlines reported a 14.4% year-on-year increase in passenger revenue in May-2011, the 17th consecutive month of revenue growth. Passenger yield rose 11.6% on the back of a 2.5% increase in passenger traffic. Details include:

  • Passenger revenue: +14.4% year-on-year;

ATA: “Increased air travel spending in May leading up to the busy summer travel season reflects the recovering economy. A double-digit yield increase with improvements in U.S. domestic and international markets will help the industry cope with stubbornly high energy costs,” John Heimlich, Vice President and Chief Economist. Source: ATA, 21-Jun-2011.

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