2013 Enplanements Concentrated At Fewer Airports, FAA Figures Show

U.S. passenger boardings were up slightly in 2013 but were shared among fewer airports, FAA’s preliminary data show, reflecting the continued fallout of mainline carriers parking less fuel-efficient regional jets and cutting flights even as they keep capacity in check. U.S. airports enplaned 739.3...

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