In a recent survey by American City Business Journal, St. Louis Lambert International Airport came in at the bottom of a list tracking passenger growth over five years. The airports that fared better had heavily invested in the amenities that appeal most to travelers including parking options, hotels and restaurants. So, it’s not all too surprising that Saint Louis landed in the bottom slot. The stark contrast of Dallas Love Field gaining 70-percent more passengers against an embarrassing zero percent increase for STL underlines a solid opportunity for Missouri’s largest airport.

Infographic: Growth in Airline Passengers by Aiport

More Passengers Are Flying But Not At St. Louis Lambert