Airline Earnings to Near $40 Billion as Oil Beats Slowing DemandBy
Trade group IATA raises 2016 earnings estimate to record level
Tyler says passenger growth will be curbed by sluggish economy
Global airline earnings are set to be $3.1 billion higher this year than previously estimated as the impact of lower fuel costs makes up for a slowdown in passenger growth, according to the industry’s main trade group.
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