Passenger traffic at Europe’s airports grew by an average of 3.2% in April, a decline compared to previous months, according to a report published by the Airports Council International European branch, ACI Europe.  The report—which covers full service, low cost, and charter civil aviation passenger flights—showed that passenger traffic at European Union (EU) airports was up 3.9% for the month, while traffic at non-EU airports increased at a much lower rate of just ...

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