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DECEMBER TRAFFIC SEEN WEAK AT U.S. AIRLINES AMID ECONOMIC SLOWDOWN
U.S.A., U.S. airline traffic declined sharply during the first three weeks of December in a possible sign the slowdown is finally taking a toll on an industry that traditionally lags the economy. Domestic airline traffic fell 5.5% during the first three weeks of the month from a year earlier, according to Samuel Buttrick, an analyst at UBS Warburg LLC in New York. That drop was greater...
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