Airports Council International reports that global traffic increased 0.1% in August compared with the same month last year, primarily because of stronger domestic traffic that was up 2.5% with the Asia-Pacific, Latin American and Caribbean regions showing the largest improvement. ACI Director Angela Gittens says the uptick in traffic is “good news” and indicates a “sustainable turnaround may be in the works.” If the current trend continues, she thinks the steep traffic contraction will have ...
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