Toulouse-Blagnac Airport in southwest France is expecting more passenger growth after an “exceptional” 2017 and is counting on its burgeoning short-and medium-haul routes in Europe—and in particular LCCs—to achieve it, the airport’s outgoing executive board chairman Jean-Michel Vernhes told ATW’s sister publication Aviation Daily. The airport handled 9.2 million passengers last year, overtaking Marseille to become France’s third-biggest regional ...

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