Passenger traffic at the world’s airports has continued its steady upward trend, making this the seventh consecutive year of growth, according to the 2017 Arthur D. Little World Airport Report.  That growth was sustained at between approximately 5% and 7% for each of those seven years, with growth in seven of the eight global regions in 2016. “This is an unprecedented pattern because historically a feature of this industry is peaks and troughs, but things have been very ...

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