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Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport is the busiest in the world, and has been for more than a decade, according to the metrics that matter *cough, Chicago, cough*. After another successful year, with passenger tallies well over 90 million, airport chief Miguel Southwell hopes to create a full-blown "Airport City." The plans call for hotels, office buildings and another runway to lure more big business to the area. [11Alive] — Michael Kahn