Abu Dhabi International passenger traffic growth slowing, despite increasing aircraft movements

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Abu Dhabi International Airport (ADIA) reported its slowest growth in passenger traffic in several years last month. Passenger traffic rose only 2.5% year on-year in Aug-2009, to 892,000 passengers, following a 10.3% increase in Jul-2009, to 923,124 passengers. The airport is however coming off a much stronger base, with growth rates last year exceeding 20%.

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