In 2017, there are now 46 airports worldwide that each serve over 40 million passengers per year, a 24.3% year-over-year surge in this elite category of mega-hub airports, according to a new Airports Council International (ACI) annual report. Passenger growth at the world’s largest airports increased 5.5% year-over-year, ACI said. Ten years ago, there were just 18 airports in the 40 million-passengers-per-annum (mppa) category. But as ACI points out in its World Airport Traffic ...

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