Traffic climbs 21% in 2007 at New Orleans airport

02/13/2008 | Forbes

Annual passenger traffic at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport rose almost 21% in 2007. That's about 75% of the number of travelers handled before Hurricane Katrina hit the city in 2005. "We expect the growth of passengers and flights to continue as the region continues to rebuild," said aviation director Sean Hunter.

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