The association also projected that the global aviation would see a slight increase in profits this year to US$8.4 billion, up from US$6.7 billion last year, due to lower fuel prices and a better economic situation.
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IATA warns on airport charges
SKY-HIGH CHARGES?The International Air Transport Association director-general said high airport charges would discourage airlines from offering flights and services
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