Airports worldwide reported 9% year-over-year passenger traffic growth in September, bringing the nine-month traffic gain to 6.5% compared to the same period in 2009, according to figures released by Airports Council International. September international traffic growth (plus 10.5%) at ACI airports outpaced domestic expansion (plus 7.5%). The divide was most pronounced in North America, ACI noted, pointing out that international traffic at the continent's airports grew at more than ...

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