U.S. Airports Face Heavy Capital Costs

U.S. airports are caught in the middle between a slow-growing economy and rising capital needs. Gregory Principato, president of Airports Council International-North America, estimates capital needs at $16 billion a year, or $80.1 billion for 2011-2015. This figure includes projects that do not...

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