From The Ground Up

Many European secondary airports are showing signs of healthy growth.


Many European secondary airports are showing signs of healthy growth, fuelled by the low-cost airline boom and the success of regional jets. Ground handlers are having to adapt quickly as competition increases along with the numbers.

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