The decline of U.S. airports

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5:30 AM ET Wed, 2 Oct 2019

Airports in the U.S. have historically operated on a public ownership model. But, in the face of aging infrastructure, a number of airports have started to turn to private money to fund billion-dollar projects. The public-private partnership model is a trend at airports around the world, according to the World Bank. Watch this video to find out more about how U.S. airports make money.

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