Closely mirroring global economic trends, growth in passenger numbers at the world’s airports continued a steady decline in 2012, reflecting a second consecutive year of diminishing totals, according to Arthur D. Little’s 2013 World Airport Traffic Report. Growth in passenger traffic at the world’s airports was 4.8% in 2012, down from 5.6% the previous year and 7.1% in 2010. Nevertheless, it was still growth, although the figures were heavily buoyed by something of a ...

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