Airports Council International said 2010 passenger traffic rose 6.3% at its 900 member airports compared to 2009, according to preliminary figures released in March. Fast-growing Beijing moved past Chicago O'Hare to become the world's second-busiest passenger airport, handling 73.9 million passengers in 2010, up 13% and trailing only Atlanta, which led the world with 89.3 million passengers handled last year, up 1.5%. Cargo traffic at airports worldwide grew 15.2% in 2010 compared ...

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