Bordeaux said it increased passenger throughput by 2.8% last year to more than 3.6 million despite multiple disruptions from volcanic ash, ATC strikes and adverse winter conditions. The new record includes a noteworthy 35% rise in international traffic, which was owing mainly to the success of its new LCC terminal that opened in May 2010. Built at a cost of €5.5 million, the facility aims to offer simplified services to airlines and passengers. For example, there are no boarding ...

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