International airline passenger demand slowed in May for the third consecutive month, latest data from Iata reveals. Annual international growth fell to 4.3% from 5% in April. Overall demand rose by 4.3% in May against the same month last year – the same level as in April. Iata director general and chief executive Tony Tyler said: "After a very strong start to the year, demand growth is slipping back toward more historic levels. Get the full story at Travel Weekly UK Read also "Travel vulnerable as consumer confidence slumps" at Travel Weekly UK