Airport traffic growth subdued in Dec-07, but outlook firm in many regions – ACI

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The world’s leading airports reported a 5.6% increase in passenger numbers in 2007 – in line with forecasts by Airports Council International (ACI). But freight volumes rose just 3% - around half the rate expected – due to the impact of the “unrelenting rise” in fuel prices, according to ACI, which forced shippers to seek alternative transportation modes in a highly competitive marketplace.

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