Forecast for U.S. Air Travel
Monday, April 02, 2012
What's in the near future for air travel in the U.S? Here are just a few statistics from the Federal Aviation Administration:
* U.S. airline travel is expected to nearly double over the next 20 years.
*The number of miles flown by paying passengers will soar from 815 billion in 2011 to 1.57 TRILLION in the next two decades in the U.S.
*The total number of people flying on U.S. airlines will increase to 732 million in 2012, then to 746 million in 2013. After that, U.S. air travel is expected to increase very fast -- reaching 1 billion passengers by 2024.
*The major U.S. airports expect to see the most growth in air travel are John F. Kennedy International in New York, Midway in Chicago, McCarran International in Las Vegas, Orlando International in Florida, Washington Dulles International in Virginia and Houston Intercontinental in Texas.
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