Last year's traffic counts from the world's airports show growth over 2011 for passengers, continued weakness for airfreight and a general slide for aircraft movements. Preliminary annual rankings from Airports Council International's (ACI) survey of 1,093 airports says those in the Middle East (passengers up 13.1%, freight up 4.9%, movements up 8.6%) and Asia-Pacific (up 7.5%, 0.4% and 4.8%, respectively) were the most buoyant, with double-digit growth at Istanbul, Dubai, Jakarta, Bangkok and Singapore. Europe (1.7%, -2.6%, -2.7%) and North America (1.2%, 0.2%, -1.6%) limped along. Average global passenger growth was 4% over 2011 and 5.6% for international passengers. But it showed no change for all airfreight and -0.1% for international freight.