The firm, which runs websites listing courses for students around the world, is being bought for 30m by the Australian firm IDP Education. Mr Hunt owns a 48% stake in Hotcourses, which is therefore valued at just over 14m. He said he would use the money to fund campaigns after he leaves politics. "I am incredibly proud to have set up a successful business, even prouder of the current Hotcourses team who have taken it from strength to strength, and intend to use a significant proportion of the proceeds to campaign for causes I believe in when I eventually leave frontline politics," Mr Hunt said. He helped to set up the firm, which initially printed a directory of educational courses, in 1996. The MP for South West Surrey stepped down as a director in 2009 but retained his shareholding. The company now runs several educational websites, such as Postgraduate Search and The Complete University Guide, as well as Hotcourses. Headquartered in London, it employs more than 300 staff in the UK, Australia, the US and Asia. It has more than two million registered users for its websites, which list half a million courses offered by more than 5,000 educational institutions in 48 countries. IDP Education , based in Melbourne, is half-owned by a consortium of 38 Australian universities and recruits and advises university students around the world who want to study abroad.
While travel between MIA and Brazil alone the airport's top international market - fell 600,000 passengers in 2016, increases in other countries and domestically kept the global gateway on an upward trend. Domestic passengers rose by 0.26 percent to 23.2 million, while international traffic grew by 0.82 percent to nearly 21.4 million passengers. MIA continues to be among the world's top 10 hubs for international freight, with 1.9 million tons of international shipments and 287,953 tons of domestic freight. "MIA's continued growth in 2016, especially in the face of severe challenges to tourism locally and throughout our world region, is very encouraging," said Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos A. Gimenez. "I thank the Board of County Commissioners for their continued support of MIA, and MIA's leaders for the work they do to keepour County'stop economic engine moving forward." Adding to MIA's growth were the launches of 10 new entrant airlines: AeroUnion, Dominican Wings; Eurowings; KF Cargo; Northern Air Cargo; Pan American World Airways Dominicana; Scandinavian Airlines; Silver Airways; Surinam Airways; and 21 Air. MIA is now home to 109 carriers, the most of any U.S. airport. MIA also welcomed six new international nonstop routes: Bimini, Bahamas; Cologne, Germany; Copenhagen, Denmark; Oslo, Norway; Paramaribo, Suriname; and Varadero, Cuba. "I join our community in being incredibly proud of another record-breaking year at MIA," said Miami-Dade County Commissioner Rebeca Sosa, Chairperson of the County's Economic Development and Tourism Committee. "MDAD continues to be one of our community's strongest economic engines by bolstering tourism and creating local jobs for our residents.
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