Airports Council International said collective passenger numbers at the world's airports were expected to have risen 6% year-over-year for full-year 2010 while freight volumes were estimated to have increased more than 15% compared to 2009. "2010 turned out a much better year than expected as GDPs expanded robustly and unemployment did not exacerbate the situation," the organization noted."Consumer and business confidence is positive and the propensity to travel ...

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