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Airport Business News - Latin America / Caribbean.

Nov 15, 2009


Mexican airport operator Asur said on Friday its October passenger traffic fell 7.2 percent from a year before, hurt by declines in six of its nine destinations, including the resort of Cancun. Grupo Aeroportuario del Sureste is slowly recovering from the harsh effects of a flu outbreak in Mexico earlier this year that halted key chunks of the economy for several days and scared tourists away. In May, Asur's traffic dropped 51 percent but subsequent monthly results have shown less abrupt declines. Nov 10, 2009

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