While the short-term financial outlook has brightened for the global airline industry, rising cost pressure could still hasten a downward slide from the latest profit peak. Higher operating costs are becoming the “emerging challenge for airlines,” International Air Transport Association (IATA) chief economist Brian Pearce warned at the group’s annual general meeting on June 5. This conclusion is highlighted by a 5% growth in unit costs for airlines globally in the first ...

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