The Indian International Airport (IIA) is one of the oldest airports in the world.
It has been the airport for over 70 years.
But as the airport expanded, it became a hub for the transcontinental airline industry, which is a major driver of the local economy.
As of 2013, Indias domestic and international flights were made up of about 20,000 flights each day, according to Indias National Airport Authority.
The IIA has grown to more than 4 million passengers, according the airport’s official website.
It’s not just an airport that’s thriving, but a hub in the transatlantic transport business.
The airline industry is the second largest source of jobs in the United States, after the healthcare sector, according a 2015 report by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
With a population of 1.2 billion people, Indiatimes domestic and foreign flights have a staggering 1.9 billion passengers annually.
Indias airline passengers are almost 40 percent more likely to be Indian, according the Indias Government.
Airports in Europe have a long history of providing jobs for locals.
In 2008, the European Union decided to expand its airport network to include more than a dozen new European countries, with the goal of becoming the “Europe’s Next Airport.”
The first airport to open was Almarch, near Munich, Germany.
The Alsace-Lorraine Airport is located on the southern edge of the country, close to the city of Strasbourg.
Since its opening in 1928, the airport has seen more than 2.5 million passengers each year.
Its location on the border with Germany has been a boon for the airline industry.
According to a 2015 report by Deutsche Bank, the Alsace Lorrain Airport generated $2.9 trillion in economic activity, employing more than 1 million people.
While most of the airport is a hub, it has also been a destination for international air traffic.
On average, the airline traffic at Almarch is estimated to generate $300 million in direct economic impact, with additional economic benefits from air traffic to be realized in the future.
This was an impressive feat for a single airport in the country.
However, it is important to note that the airport is not a hub.
Rather, it’s the only international airport with a direct connection to the mainland United States.
For its operation, Alas the airport had to rebuild the runway to make room for a larger terminal.
Despite the difficulties of this project, the airport has been in operation for over two decades, according Wikipedia.
Currently, it serves as the main airport for flights to the United Kingdom, Ireland, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, and Iceland.
There are more than 500 international flights at the airport every day.
International flights at AlMarch are scheduled to continue to operate through the end of the year.