Airports Council International released its Airport Economics Survey 2009, reported that global airport revenue reached an estimated $96 billion and predicted that 2010 traffic "is expected to rebound and may well exceed moderate predictions of +2% per annum next year" in the absence of a "major setback." It said 709 airports serving some 3.4 billion passengers participated in the 2009 survey. In late December, ACI unveiled select 2008 results. "The financial ...

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