Global air travel rising, but federal policy hasn’t kept up – Dallas Morning News


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Global air travel rising, but federal policy hasn't kept up
Dallas Morning News
The number of international passengers connecting through D/FW grew 18 percent over the period. Sixty-five percent of those connecting passengers are traveling to Latin America or the Caribbean, reflecting North Texas' strong trade ties with those areas.
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