Ohio airport has first rise in travelers since '04


TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) -- The number of people flying in and out of Toledo Express Airport has risen for the first time since 2004.

The airport in northwest Ohio saw an 11 percent increase in passengers last year.

This comes after it hit an all-time low in 2012. There had been a steady drop in passengers over the last several years as a number of carriers dropped flights.

Nearly 160,000 people travelers passed through the Toledo airport last year.