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Airports To Become More Crowded In Future, Study Says

Posted on November 22, 2013

If air travel demand continues at its current pace, many of the nation's biggest airports will face holiday-like congestion once or twice a week within the next decade.


That is the warning issued in a new study from the U.S. Travel Association, the trade group for the nation's travel industry.

Los Angeles Times article here

Related Topics: airports, building your clientele, business opportunities, business travel, ground transportation, industry trends, leisure travel

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