Airports Council International now expects airport traffic to increase 3%-4% this year following a 2.6% decline in 2009, and also announced that Incheon International again ranked at the top of its annual passenger survey. Speaking last week at the organization's annual Airport Economics & Finance Conference, DG Angela Gittens said that "traffic results are improving in all regions," with the emerging markets of China, Brazil, India and Russia leading the way. She said ACI's annual ...

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