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FAA predicts air traffic will double by 2031

The Federal Aviation Administration predicted in its annual air-traffic forecast this week that passenger counts will pass the 1 billion mark in the next decade and double over the next 20 years. Here is the FAA's news release on its report, with a link to the detailed report.

FAA predicts air traffic will double by 2031

The Federal Aviation Administration predicted in its annual air-traffic forecast this week that passenger counts will pass the 1 billion mark in the next decade and double over the next 20 years. Here is the FAA's news release on its report, with a link to the detailed report. 

Tom Belden
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