Tensions between increasing passenger numbers and limited airport expansion will lead to airport-based services being further decentralized, according to Lufthansa Group senior director-product management ground & digital services Bjorn Becker. Speaking at Future Travel Experience Europe in Dublin, Becker said passenger numbers are set to double to 7.2 billion by 2035, but airports only have plans to increase capacity by 20%-60%. “The expected capacity shortage can only be ...

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