US airports have collective estimated capital costs of $80.1 billion in 2011-15 including $64.3 billion for commercial airports and $39.9 billion for large hubs, according to Airports Council International-North America. The five-year estimate is 15.1% below the $94.3 billion five-year projection made by the organization in 2009. The new estimate is based on ACI-NA's latest Capital Needs Survey, results of which were released in late February. It said its total estimate of $55.7 ...

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