Global Air Travel Still Gathering Speed
RENEE MONTAGNE, host:
The number of air travelers around the world will double by the year 2025 to more than nine billion passengers a year - that prediction courtesy of a new survey from the Geneva-based Airports Council International. Still, by that time, it says Asia will challenge North America as the region with the most air traffic.
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