Passenger traffic in the Asia/Pacific region rose 5.7% to 1.43 billion over 2010, according to the Preliminary World Airport Traffic report from Airports Council International (ACI). There was also an 8.4% increase in passenger traffic in the Middle Eastern region. As a result, several airports in the region achieved double digit growth in 2011 due to robust economic growth and an increasing tendency to travel in the region, including New Delhi (DEL), up by 21%, Jakarta (CGK) 19%, ...

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