Decreased ridership plus increased security demands equal more headaches for airports
Additional security costs and a decline in airline customers are expected to keep pressure on European airports for several years, but looming capacity bottlenecks mean capital-intensive infrastructure projects must proceed. When traffic growth projections and the scale of development projects already on the books are compared , it becomes clear that Europeâ€™s airports, in 2030, will not be able to meet 10% of the traffic demand, warns Ad Rutten, Amsterdam Schiphol Airportâ€™s chief ...
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