After a period of dynamic growth, the increase in traffic at Europe’s airports is slowing, with freight traffic weighing on the performance of the region’s airports, Airports Council International (ACI)-Europe said June 27.  In 2018, Europe’s airports set a record of handling more than 2.34 billion passengers, while in the past five years traffic has expanded by 36% or an extra 630 million passengers.  This year’s growth remains “dynamic” at ...

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