Congestion at Mexico City's famously crowded Benito Juarez International Airport and the emergence of Mexican LCCs have combined to make Toluca International, which handled a mere 5,673 annual passengers just five years ago, one of the world's most rapidly growing airports, according to Arthur D. Little. Toluca expects to process 450,000 passengers per month by the end of this year and is aiming to have facilities capable of handling up to 22 million annually by 2012, although officials ...

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