U.S. travel agencies in November processed nearly the same number of air transactions as they did a year earlier, according to ARC. Total air sales including refunds and exchanges dropped 0.7 percent. Excluding refunds and exchanges, domestic transactions in November increased 1.1 percent while domestic airfare sales slid back 2.7 percent. International transactions and airfare sales declined by 2.8 percent and 0.9 percent, respectively, according to ARC data.
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