"The attacks truly had a precipitous impact on air travel through October 11," says David Castelvetter, spokesman for US Airways. "Our sales force has been keeping in constant touch with conference and association planners to ensure them that we’re doing everything possible to ensure safe travel." Prior to the November 12 crash of American Airlines Flight 587 in New York, he said he had been seeing a gradual return to travel—not just individual travelers, but meeting and incentive travel. ...

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