US airports can expect to see a 3.2% growth in enplanements in 2019, a solid level but well short of the 5.4% year-to-date rate recorded in 2018, according to analysts from Moody’s, who predict the US economy will grow 2.3% next year. Capacity at US airlines is expected to grow between 3.5% and 4.7%, a slowdown from the 4.5%-5.7% growth rate expected for 2018. While seat capacity growth will remain in the low single-digits at most major airlines, ultra-LCCs like Denver-based Frontier ...

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