Falling traffic in Amsterdam. Is Schiphol suffering from too much airline consolidation?

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With airports across Europe reporting falling passenger traffic and cargo volume in double digits (and even worse in the US), Amsterdam's 12-month result of -0.8% pax (to 47.4 million) and -1.4% cargo does not appear too bad. But is this the beginning of something worse for Schiphol and is this the flipside of being a 'junior partner' in consolidation?

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