Airport Traffic Results in 2016 – Part II [Podcast #23]
MIAMI — Vinay and Rohan head west to discuss airport changes in Europe, Latin America and North America. In Europe, they start off in Stockholm (1:31) and make their way through the Continent, while also covering Russia and Turkey (you can look forward to hearing Vinay school Rohan on Russian airport pronunciations).
Next, they make the long jump across the Atlantic to cover Latin America (38:25) beginning with Rohan’s favorite country, Chile. Then they’ll travel up north, inching closer to the U.S. border before chiming in on Mexico, particularly in context of the Trump administration and the implications on passenger numbers and the Mexican aviation industry.
After making their way around the world, they finally land back in the good ‘ol US of A (55:00) and cover airports from Sea to Shining Sea. Oh, and they do conclude on a Canadian note, eh (1:21:00).
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