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Largest Airports In The World?  
User currently offlineNoise From United States of America, joined Dec 1999, 1773 posts, RR: 4
Posted (9 years 11 months 3 weeks 4 days 5 hours ago) and read 16000 times:

Hi guys, can anyone provide me with a link where I can find the largest airports in the world in terms of passenger volume and aircraft movements? I know http://www.airports.org provides a good list of the top 30 airports, but is there anywhere where I can find a larger list of say...the top 100 or 150?

Thanks

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User currently offlineSIunitsrule From Panama, joined Jul 2004, 90 posts, RR: 0
Reply 1, posted (9 years 11 months 3 weeks 4 days ago) and read 15812 times:

I have no idea... And seing at the replies (haha), I think nobody else does either! (Maybe that means it's a good question)
Good luck anyway!!



Everything is relative, so be mindful of your references...
User currently offlineNoise From United States of America, joined Dec 1999, 1773 posts, RR: 4
Reply 2, posted (9 years 11 months 3 weeks 3 days 23 hours ago) and read 15752 times:

Thanks...I guess if no one knows...I just have to keep looking harder for the answer to my question. But, any help would be greatly appreciated!

User currently offlineJe89_w From United States of America, joined Mar 2002, 2360 posts, RR: 9
Reply 3, posted (9 years 11 months 3 weeks 3 days 17 hours ago) and read 15599 times:
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I believe that Riyadh Airport in Saudi Arabia is the largest airport in terms of land area.

User currently offlineANstar From United Kingdom, joined Nov 2003, 5193 posts, RR: 6
Reply 4, posted (9 years 11 months 3 weeks 3 days 16 hours ago) and read 15517 times:

The latest issue of Airliner World has the top 100 airports in the world feature.

ANstar


User currently offlineLHSebi From Germany, joined Jan 2004, 1049 posts, RR: 8
Reply 5, posted (9 years 11 months 3 weeks 3 days 15 hours ago) and read 15483 times:

Definitely Courchevel beats all others!

Sebastian



I guess that's what happens in the end, you start thinking about the beginning.
User currently offlineNW747400 From United States of America, joined Jul 2004, 329 posts, RR: 0
Reply 6, posted (9 years 11 months 3 weeks 3 days 11 hours ago) and read 15368 times:

I believe ATL is the largest in the world as far as passenger volume. I have no idea where you could find a larger list. It's a good question. Good luck!!
NW747400


User currently offlineTravisNC From United States of America, joined Sep 2003, 96 posts, RR: 0
Reply 7, posted (9 years 11 months 3 weeks 3 days 8 hours ago) and read 15195 times:

Here's a list of the Worlds Top 100 Airports by passengers from the December 2003 Airliners World magazine (data from 2002). You might also want to look at the Airports Council International - North America web site. They have the top 175 US and Canadian airports (2003) on their web site. http://www.aci-na.org/asp/traffic.asp?art=215 Click on the link at the bottom of the page to view the top 175. You'll need Excel or Excel Viewer to see them. Remember that only airports that are members of ACI/ACI-NA are on the lists.

Rank 2002 --- City --- Airport Code --- Total Passengers --- % Change --- Country
1 --- Atlanta --- ATL --- 76,876,128 --- 1.3 --- US
2 --- Chicago (O'Hare) --- ORD --- 66,565,952 --- (1.3) --- US
3 --- London (Heathrow) --- LHR --- 63,338,641 --- 4.3 --- United Kingdom
4 --- Tokyo (Haneda) --- HND --- 61,079,478 --- 4.1 --- Japan
5 --- Los Angeles --- LAX --- 56,223,843 --- (8.7) --- US
6 --- Dallas (DFW) --- DFW --- 52,828,573 --- (4.2) --- US
7 --- Frankfurt --- FRA --- 48,450,357 --- (0.2) --- Germany
8 --- Paris (Charles de Gaulle) --- CDG --- 48,350,172 --- 0.7 --- France
9 --- Amsterdam --- AMS --- 40,736,009 --- 3.0 --- Netherlands
10 --- Denver --- DEN --- 35,651,098 --- (1.2) --- US
11 --- Phoenix --- PHX --- 35,547,167 --- 0.3 --- US
12 --- Las Vegas (LAS) --- LAS --- 35,009,011 --- (0.5) --- US
13 --- Madrid --- MAD --- 33,913,456 --- (0.4) --- Spain
14 --- Houston (Intercontinental) --- IAH --- 33,905,253 --- (2.6) --- US
15 --- Hong Kong --- HKG --- 33,882,463 --- 4.1 --- China
16 --- Minneapolis --- MSP --- 32,628,331 --- (3.3) --- US
17 --- Detroit --- DTW --- 32,477,694 --- (0.5) --- US
18 --- Bangkok --- BKK --- 32,182,980 --- 5.1 --- Thailand
19 --- San Francisco --- SFO --- 31,456,422 --- (9.2) --- US
20 --- Miami --- MIA --- 30,060,241 --- (5.1) --- US
21 --- New York (JFK) --- JFK --- 29,943,084 --- 2.0 --- US
22 --- London (Gatwick) --- LGW --- 29,628,423 --- (5.0) --- United Kingdom
23 --- Newark --- EWR --- 29,202,654 --- (6.1) --- US
24 --- Singapore --- SIN --- 28,979,344 --- 3.2 --- Singapore
25 --- Tokyo (Narita) --- NRT --- 28,883,606 --- 13.8 --- Japan
26 --- Beijing --- PEK --- 27,159,665 --- 12.3 --- China
27 --- Seattle --- SEA --- 26,690,843 --- (1.3) --- US
28 --- Orlando (MCO) --- MCO --- 26,653,672 --- (5.7) --- US
29 --- Toronto --- YYZ --- 25,930,363 --- (7.5) --- Canada
30 --- St. Louis --- STL --- 25,626,114 --- (3.9) --- US
31 --- Rome --- FCO --- 25,340,383 --- (0.9) --- Italy
32 --- Philadelphia --- PHL --- 24,799,470 --- 1.0 --- US
33 --- Charlotte --- CLT --- 23,597,926 --- 1.8 --- US
34 --- Paris (Orly) --- ORY --- 23,169,725 --- 0.6 --- France
35 --- Munich --- MUC --- 23,163,720 --- (2.0) --- Germany
36 --- Sydney --- SYD --- 22,797,724 --- (7.9) --- Australia
37 --- Boston --- BOS --- 22,696,141 --- (7.3) --- US
38 --- New York (La Guardia) --- LGA --- 21,986,679 --- (2.4) --- US
39 --- Barcelona --- BCN --- 21,345,090 --- 2.9 --- Spain
40 --- Seoul (Incheon) --- ICN --- 21,057,093 --- 44.4 --- South Korea
41 --- Cincinnati --- CVG --- 20,812,642 --- 20.5 --- US
42 --- Mexico City --- MEX --- 20,521,147 --- (0.4) --- Mexico
43 --- Honolulu --- HNL --- 19,749,905 --- (2.0) --- US
44 --- Fukuoka --- FUK --- 19,523,495 --- (0.3) --- Japan
45 --- Taipei --- TPE --- 19,228,411 --- 4.2 --- Taiwan
46 --- Manchester, UK --- MAN --- 19,022,485 --- (2.7) --- United Kingdom
47 --- Baltimore --- BWI --- 19,012,529 --- (6.7) --- US
48 --- Sapporo --- CTS --- 18,832,451 --- 2.4 --- Japan
49 --- Salt Lake City --- SLC --- 18,647,997 --- (0.9) --- US
50 --- Copenhagen --- CPH --- 18,197,606 --- 0.9 --- Denmark
51 --- Pittsburgh --- PIT --- 18,027,165 --- (9.6) --- US
52 --- Zurich --- ZRH --- 17,902,073 --- (14.6) --- Switzerland
53 --- Palma De Mallorca --- PMI --- 17,828,762 --- (7.2) --- Spain
54 --- Osaka (Itami) --- ITM --- 17,627,571 --- 4.4 --- Japan
55 --- Milan --- MXP --- 17,441,250 --- (6.1) --- Italy
56 --- Osaka (Kansai) --- KIX --- 17,373,731 --- (10.3) --- Japan
57 --- Chicago (Midway) --- MDW --- 17,371,036 --- 10.8 --- US
58 --- Seoul (Gimpo) --- GMP --- 17,092,095 --- (22.5) --- South Korea
59 --- Washington (Dulles) --- IAD --- 17,075,965 --- (4.4) --- US
60 --- Ft. Lauderdale --- FLL --- 17,037,261 --- 3.8 --- US
61 --- Melbourne --- MEL --- 16,739,017 --- (1.3) --- Australia
62 --- Stockholm --- ARN --- 16,537,332 --- (9.6) --- Sweden
63 --- Guangzhou --- CAN --- 16,423,878 --- 15.0 --- China
64 --- Kuala Lumpur --- KUL --- 16,398,230 --- 12.8 --- Malaysia
65 --- London (Stanstead) --- STN --- 16,049,288 --- 17.5 --- United Kingdom
66 --- Dubai --- DXB --- 15,973,391 --- 18.3 --- United Arab Emirates
67 --- Tampa --- TPA --- 15,494,668 --- (2.5) --- US
68 --- Vancouver --- YVR --- 15,088,216 --- (3.6) --- Canada
69 --- Dublin --- DUB --- 15,084,667 --- 5.2 --- Ireland
70 --- San Diego --- SAN --- 14,931,854 --- (1.7) --- US
71 --- Jakarta --- CGK --- 14,830,994 --- 25.5 --- Indonesia
72 --- Dusseldorf --- DUS --- 14,745,325 --- (4.2) --- Germany
73 --- Brussels --- BRU --- 14,413,795 --- (26.8) --- Belgium
74 --- Shanghai (Hongqiao) --- SHA --- 13,705,378 --- (1.1) --- China
75 --- Oslo --- OSL --- 13,441,885 --- (3.7) --- Norway
76 --- Istanbul --- IST --- 13,357,363 --- (8.3) --- Turkey
77 --- Oakland --- OAK --- 13,005,642 --- 11.0 --- US
78 --- Washington (National) --- DCA --- 12,871,885 --- (2.3) --- US
79 --- Manila --- MNL --- 12,811,915 --- 1.5 --- Philippines
80 --- Sao Paulo (Guarulhos) --- GRU --- 12,804,091 --- (9.5) --- Brazil
81 --- Johannesburg --- JNB --- 12,743,545 --- 8.1 --- South Africa
82 --- Sao Paulo (Congonhas) --- CGH --- 12,562,319 --- 4.2 --- Brazil
83 --- Brisbane --- BNE --- 12,243,836 --- (7.3) --- Australia
84 --- Portland --- PDX --- 12,241,975 --- (3.6) --- US
85 --- Mumbai --- BOM --- 12,043,882 --- 3.7 --- India
86 --- Vienna --- VIE --- 11,973,805 --- 1.0 --- Austria
87 --- Naha (Okinawa) --- OKA --- 11,887,002 --- 7.8 --- Japan
88 --- Athens --- ATH --- 11,827,493 --- -- --- Greece
89 --- Shanghai (Pu Dong) --- PVG --- 11,283,851 --- 57.2 --- China
90 --- Memphis --- MEM --- 11,141,594 --- (5.6) --- US
91 --- San Jose --- SJC --- 11,115,778 --- (15.1) --- US
92 --- Jeddah --- JED --- 10,945,192 --- 5.6 --- Saudi Arabia
93 --- Moscow --- SVO --- 10,895,225 --- (5.8) --- Russia
94 --- Nagoya --- NGO --- 10,524,102 --- (0.5) --- Japan
95 --- Cleveland --- CLE --- 10,445,204 --- (12.0) --- US
96 --- Antalya --- AYT --- 10,424,943 --- 12.7 --- Turkey
97 --- Malaga --- AGP --- 10,420,719 --- 5.0 --- Spain
98 --- Kansas City --- MCI --- 10,279,966 --- (14.6) --- US
99 --- Jeju --- CJU --- 9,939,700 --- 6.6 --- South Korea
100 --- Berlin --- TXL --- 9,879,888 --- (0.3) --- Germany


User currently offlineWdleiser From United States of America, joined Apr 2004, 961 posts, RR: 4
Reply 8, posted (9 years 11 months 3 weeks 3 days 6 hours ago) and read 14488 times:

Chicago O'hare has the most traffic all around.
London Heathrow has the most international Traffic.
Dallas(DFW) or Houston(KIAH).... is bigger than the state of road island ... i think and i forget which one it is. I believe one of the 2 are the biggest in land size in the USA.


User currently offlineNoise From United States of America, joined Dec 1999, 1773 posts, RR: 4
Reply 9, posted (9 years 11 months 3 weeks 3 days 2 hours ago) and read 14266 times:

Cool list you got there!

User currently offlineNosedive From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 10, posted (9 years 11 months 3 weeks 2 days 16 hours ago) and read 14097 times:

wdleiser,
DEN is larger than both of them

Thanks for the list travis!


User currently offlineMunich From Germany, joined Mar 2002, 155 posts, RR: 3
Reply 11, posted (9 years 11 months 3 weeks 2 days 13 hours ago) and read 14093 times:

Hi Noise,

I have collected the traffic datas from Airports Homepages for the year 2003.
Here are the provisional figures.


I. Passengers
==========

01. / Atlanta, GA (ATL) / 79.086.792 / 2,9
02. / Chicago, IL (ORD) / 69.354.154 / 4,2
03. / London, GB (LHR) / 63.468.620 / 0,2
04. / Tokyo, JP (HND) / 63.172.925 / 3,4
05. / Los Angeles, CA (LAX) / 54.969.053 / -2,2
06. / Dallas/ft Worth, TX (DFW) / 53.243.061 / 0,8
07. / Frankfurt, DE (FRA) / 48.351.664 / -0,2
08. / Paris, FR (CDG) / 48.122.038 / -0,4
09. / Amsterdam, NL (AMS) / 39.959.161 / -1,9
10. / Denver, CO (DEN) / 37.462.428 / 5,1

11. / Phoenix, AZ (PHX) / 37.409.388 / 5,2
12. / Las Vegas, NV (LAS) / 36.265.705 / 3,6
13. / Madrid, ES (MAD) / 35.694.331 / 5,2
14. / Houston, TX (IAH) / 34.119.680 / 0,6
15. / Minneapol./St P. MN (MSP) / 33.195.873 / 2,0
16. / Detroit, MI (DTW) / 32.679.350 / 0,2
17. / New York, NY (JFK) / 31.712.728 / 5,0
18. / Bangkok, LAR Transregional (Portugal) and Transmile Air Services (Malaysia)">TH (BKK) / 30.175.379 / -6,2
19. / London, GB (LGW) / 30.007.209 / 1,3
20. / Miami, FL (MIA) / 29.595.618 / -1,5

21. / Newark, NJ (EWR) / 29.584.600 / 1,2
22. / San Francisco, CA (SFO) / 29.296.681 / -6,8
23. / Orlando, FL (MCO) / 27.316.221 / 2,5
24. / Hong Kong (HKG) / 26.774.000 / -21,0
25. / Seattle, WA (SEA) / 26.752.768 / 0,2
26. / Tokyo, JP (NRT) / 26.492.384 / -8,3
27. / Rome, IT (FCO) / 26.285.036 / 3,7
28. / Toronto, OT, CA (YYZ) / 24.739.784 / -4,6
29. / Sydney, AU (SYD) / 24.704.132 / 4,8
30. / Philadelphia, PA (PHL) / 24.671.075 / -0,5

31. / Singapore, SG (SAT Macedonian Airlines (Greece)">IN) / 24.663.732 / -14,89
32. / Beijing, CN (PEK) / 24.363.860 / -10,16
33. / Munich, DE (MUC) / 24.193.304 / 4,44
34. / Charlotte, NC (CLT) / 23.062.570 / -2,27
35. / Boston, MA (BOS) / 22.791.169 / 0,42
36. / Barcelona, ES (BCN) / 22.752.820 / 6,60
37. / New York, NY (LGA) / 22.482.770 / 2,26
38. / Paris, FR (ORY) / 22.457.037 / -3,32
39. / Mexico City, MX (MEX) / 21.693.959 / 5,72
40. / Cincinnati, OH (CVG) / 21.228.402 / 2,00

41. / St Louis, MO (STL) / 20.426.937 / -20,29
42. / Seoul Inch., KR (ICN) / 19.789.874 / -6,02
43. / Baltimore/Wash, MD (BWI) / 19.696.158 / 3,60
44. / Honolulu, HI (HNL) / 19.732.556 / -0,09
45. / Jakarta, ID (CGK) / 19.702.902 / 32,85
46. / Manchester, GB (MAN) / 19.901.157/ 2,62
47. / P. de Mallorca, ES (PMI) / 19.185.359 / 7,61
48. / Osaka, JP (ITM) / ca.18.900.000 / 7,22
49. / Fukuoka, JP (FUK) / ca.18.800.000 / -3,71
50. / London, GB (STN) / 18.717.140 / 16,62

51. / Chicago, IL (MDW) / 18.644.372 / 7,33
52. / Sapporo, JP (CTS) / ca.18.500.000 / -1,77
53. / Salt Lake Cty, UT (SLC) / 18.466.756 / -0,97
54. / Dubai, AE (DXB) / 18.062.344 / 13,08
55. / Ft Lauderdale, FL (FLL) / 17.938.046 / 5,29
56. / Copenhagen, DK (CPH) / 17.714.007 / -2,66
57. / Milan, IT (MXP) / 17.621.585 / 1,03
58. / Kuala Lumpur, MY (KUL) / 17.454.564 / 6,44
59. / Zurich, CH (ZRH) / 17.024.937 / -4,86
60. / Washington, DC (IAD) / 16.950.381 / -0,74

61. / Melbourne, AU (MEL) / 16.920.000 / 1,08
62. / Seoul Gimpo, KR (GMP) / 16.880.641 / -1,24
63. / Dublin, IE (DUB) / 15.856.000 / 5,11
64. / Tampa, FL (TPA) / 15.523.568 / 0,19
65. / Taipei, TW (TPE) / 15.514.035 / -19,32
66. / San Diego, CA (SAN) / 15.480.000 / 3,67
67. / Guanghzou, CN (CAN) / ? / ?? /
68. / Brussels, BE (BRU) / 15.194.097 / 5,41
69. / Stockholm, SE (ARN) / ca.15.100.000 / -8,69
70. / Shanghai, CN (PVG) / 15.063.622 / +36,35

71. / Vancouver, BC, CA (YVR) / 14.321.504 / -5,08
72. / Düsseldorf, DE (DUS) / 14.273.082 / -3,20
73. / Pittsburgh, PA (PIT) / 14.266.984 / -20,86
74. / Washington, DC (DCA) / 14.223.123 / 10,50
75. / Osaka, JP (KIX) / 14.030.795 / -19,24

76. / Oslo, NO (OSL) / 13.646.671 / 1,52

...
...
Mumbai, AT Macedonian Airlines (Greece)">IN (BOM) / 12.818.966 / 6,44
...
...
New Delhi, AT Macedonian Airlines (Greece)">IN (DEL) / 10.016.856 / 14,36
...
...
Shanghai, CN (SHA) / 9.692.386 / -29,28


II. Movements 2003
==============

01 | Chicago, IL (ORD)----| 928.889 | -0,2
02 | Atlanta, GA (ATL)-----| 911.723 | 2,4
03 | Dallas/ft W, TX (DFW)| 765.296| 0,0
04 | L. Angeles, CA (LAX) | 622 378 | -3,6
05 | Phoenix, AZ (PHX)----| 541.771 | -0,7
06 | Paris, FR (CDG)--------| 515 025 | 1,0
07 | Minneapolis,MN(MSP)| 512 267 | 0,9
08 | Cincinnati, OH (CVG)-| 505 557 | 3,9
09 | Las Vegas, NV (LAS)--| 501.029 | 0,8
10 | Denver, CO (DEN)-----| 497 202 | 0,6

11 | Detroit, MI (DTW)-----| 491.045 | -1,2
12 | Houston, TX (IAH)-----| 474.913 | 4,0
13 | London, GB (LHR)----| 463 650 | -0,6
14 | Los Angeles Van Nuys, CA (VNY)-| 460.734 | -7,6
15 | Frankfurt, DE (FRA)--| 458.865 | 0,1
16 | Philadelphia, PA (PHL)| 446.529 | -4,8
17 | Charlotte, NC (CLT)---| 441 246 | -3,1
18 | Miami, FL (MIA)------| 417.423 | -6,5
19 | Amsterdam NL (AMS)-| 408 297 | -2,1
20 | Newark, NJ (EWR)----| 404 596 | 0,3

21 | Memphis, TN (MEM) | 402.258 | 0,9
22 | S. Lake City,UT(SLC)| 400.452 | -1,6
23 | Phoenix, AZ (DVT)---| 388 669 | 0,1
24 | Sandord, FL (SFB)---| 385.303 | 3,2
25 | Madrid, ES (MAD)---| 383 799 | 4,3
26 | St Louis, MO (STL)--| 379.772 | -13,1
27 | New York, NY (LGA)| 374 450 | 3,3
28 | Boston, MA (BOS)--- | 373 251 | -4,8
29 | Toronto, OT, CA (YYZ)| 370 866 | -3,2
30 | Pittsburgh, PA (PIT)---| 361.329 | -15,0

31 | Munich, DE (MUC)---| 355.602 | 3,25
32 | Seattle/Tac., WA (SEA)| 354.770 |-2,73
33 | Santa Ana, CA (SNA)-| 350.074 | -5,29
34 | Oakland, CA (OAK) | 342.871 | ??
35 | Long Beach, (LGB)----| 338.807 |-3,36
36 | Daytona Beach (DAB)-| 337.615 | ??
37 | Washington, DC (IAD)| 335.397 |-9,99
38 | S. Francisco, CA (SFO)| 334.515 |-4,82
39 | Chicago, IL (MDW)---| 328.025 | 7,80
40 | Honolulu, HI (HNL)---| 319.989 |-1,15

41 | Mexico Cty,MX(MEX)| 311.182 | 0,45
42 | Rome, IT (FCO)--------| 300.831 |6,38
43 | Baltim./Wash.,MD(BWI)| 299.469 |-1,79
44 | Orlando, FL (MCO)---| 295.542 | 2,18
45 | Tokyo, JP (HND)------| --??-- | ?
46 | Vancouv., BC,CA(YVR)| 288.800 |-2,64
47 | Ft. Lauderdale,FL FLL)| 287.593 | 2,44
48 | Barcelona, ES (BCN)--| 282.021 |
49 | New York, NY (JFK)--| 280.302 | -2,57

50 | Anchorache (ANC) ---| 277.361 | ?
51 | Zurich, CH (ZRH)------| 269.392 | -4,52
52 |Sao Paulo, BR (CGH)--| ---??----| ?
53 | Portland, OR (PDX)----| 267.052 | -3,55
54 | San Antonio (SAT)----| 261.751 | ?
55 | Copenhagen,DK (CPH)| 259.002 | ?
56 | Cleveland, OH (CLE)-| 258.460 | ?
57 | Sydney, AU (SYD)----| 254.487 | ?
58 | Brussels, BE (BRU)----| 252.233 | -1,80
59 | Washington,DC (DCA)| 250.802 | 16,28
60 | Dallas, TX (DAL)------| 249.085--|1,43

61| Tucson (TUS)-----------| 246.682 |-9,52
62 | London, GB (LGW)---| 242.731 | 0,14
63 | Houston, TX (HOU)---| 242.635 | -1,46
64 | Columbus (CMH)------| 237.979 | ?
65 | Tampa, FL (TPA)------| 233.601 |-4,24
66 | Stockholm, SE (ARN)-| 231.483 |-5,78
67 | Nashville, TN (BNA)-| 229.169 | -2,03
68 | Las Vegas, NV (VGT)-| 227.302 | 4,13
69 | Raleigh-Durh.,NC RDU)| 223.262 | -7,60
70 | Austin (AUS)-----------| 221.993 |2,14

71 | Albuquerque (ABQ)---| 221.003 | ?
72 | Calgary, CA (YYC)---| 218.638 |-1,91
73 | Beijing, CN (PEK)----| -- ? -- | ?
74 | Milan, IT (MXP)------| 216.910 | 0,94
75 | Vienna, AT (VIE)-----| 216.631 | 5,50
76 | San Juan, PR (SJU)----| --? -- | ?
77 | St. Petersburg (PIE)---| --? -- | ?
78 | Milwaukee (MKE)-----| 211.418 | -2,2
79 | Manchester, GB (MAN)| 207.126 | 7,6
80 | Paris, FR (ORY)------ | 206.767 |-2,04

81 | Indianapolis AT Macedonian Airlines (Greece)">IN, (IND)| 204.059 | -0,81
82 | San Diego, CA (SAN) | 203.285 | -1,50
83 | Colarado Springs (COS)| 202.568 | -8,08
84 | Montréal-Dorv., CAN (YUL)| 198.322 | 3,13
85 | Bangkok, LAR Transregional (Portugal) and Transmile Air Services (Malaysia)">TH (BKK)---| 198.176 | 0,11
86 | San Jose, CA (SJC)---| 198.082 | -4,54
87 | Lansing, (LAN)--| 193.809 | 3,35
88 | Boise, (BOI) ----| 187.204 | 11,61
89 | Hong Kong (HKG)-| 187.161 | -9,42
90 | Jakarta, ID (CGK) | 186.695 | 28,96

91 | London, GB (STN) | 186.477 | 9,20
92 | Düsseldorf, DE (DUS)| 186.160 | -2,15
93 | Oslo, NO (OSL)-----| 184.128 | 1,80

...
Tokyo, JP (NRT)------| 170.579 | 4,57
...
...
Mumbai, AT Macedonian Airlines (Greece)">IN (BOM) | 133.564 | 8,20 | 123.442
...
...
New Delhi, AT Macedonian Airlines (Greece)">IN (DEL) | 100.908 | 9,20 | 92.407
...






Regards! Robert alias munich
User currently offlineStirling From Italy, joined Jun 2004, 3943 posts, RR: 21
Reply 12, posted (9 years 11 months 3 weeks 2 days 9 hours ago) and read 13814 times:

Travis and Munich, GREAT JOBS! Thanks for your efforts.

Amazing traffic at London when you look at all three airports, 108 million passengers!
Compared to other major cities of the world, London is by far the leader in passenger air travel!
Combined numbers; Tokyo is 89 million, Paris is 70 million, Chicago is 87 million, NY is 82 million, but equally mindboggling is Atlanta, almost 80 million out of one airport!
Pittsburgh and St Louis are down over 20%, where did this traffic go? No one airport had traffic gains greater than the 7% of Chicago Midway. Was there really that much excess capacity in the US Domestic market?
Finally,
The name of the state is: RHODE ISLAND! not road island as stated above....16-20 year old executives should know better!  Smile/happy/getting dizzy




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User currently offlineSESGDL From United States of America, joined Jan 2001, 3474 posts, RR: 10
Reply 13, posted (9 years 11 months 3 weeks 2 days 5 hours ago) and read 13691 times:

Stirling,

STL and PIT lost service due to US's downsizing at PIT, and AA's downsizing of TWA's STL hub. Expect those numbers to be even smaller in 2004.

Jeremy


User currently offlineBigblack From United States of America, joined Aug 2004, 600 posts, RR: 0
Reply 14, posted (9 years 11 months 3 weeks 2 days 2 hours ago) and read 13573 times:

This is off Massports website

Boston's Logan International Airport is the nation's nineteenth busiest airport and the world's thirty-fifth busiest airport based on passenger volume, serving 22 778 495 passengers in 2003. New England's largest transportation center, the airport boundary encompasses approximately 2,400 acres in East Boston, Massachusetts. Logan ranks nineteenth in the nation and forty-third in the world in cargo, handling over 363,092metric tones of high value cargo and mail annually, ranks twenty-third in the nation with 373,251 total movements, employs over 15,000 workers and stimulates the New England regional economy by approximately $6 billion per year.



http://www.massport.com/logan/about.asp



Someone special in the air
User currently offlineAirportugal310 From Palau, joined Apr 2004, 3622 posts, RR: 2
Reply 15, posted (9 years 11 months 3 weeks 2 days 2 hours ago) and read 13571 times:

15,000 people eh?

No damn wonder the Chelsea parking garage is constantly full!

Out of curiosity, anybody out there know how many people are employed by DL in BOS?



I sell airplanes and airplane accessories
User currently offlineN1120a From United States of America, joined Dec 2003, 26444 posts, RR: 75
Reply 16, posted (9 years 11 months 3 weeks 2 days 2 hours ago) and read 13545 times:

It isn't that there is so much overcapacity, it is that there are some places that underperform so much, that the airlines cannot afford to operate some of the more profitable routes. There are some stations in the US that would be closed, except for airlines having to save face. It comes at the expense of places like LAX, where we have lost 13 million passengers since 9/11.

Oh, and on your list, you left off my hometown's little GA airport that could. CMA/KCMA, Camarillo CA has an average of 557 operations per day, for a total of 203305 per year. Pretty cool for an airport most people have not heard of



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User currently offlineBigblack From United States of America, joined Aug 2004, 600 posts, RR: 0
Reply 17, posted (9 years 11 months 3 weeks 2 days 1 hour ago) and read 13511 times:

15,000 people eh?

No damn wonder the Chelsea parking garage is constantly full!

Out of curiosity, anybody out there know how many people are employed by DL in BOS?


I think a lot of Chelsea Residents also like park there afraid their cars will be stolen LOL

As far tally, I dunno, but it has to be a lot. My company is Deltas contractor on their terminal A project and we are dealing with a lot of local personel not counting Massport.



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User currently offlineFlyLondon From United Kingdom, joined Feb 2004, 377 posts, RR: 0
Reply 18, posted (9 years 11 months 3 weeks 2 days ago) and read 13476 times:

Amazing traffic at London when you look at all three airports, 108 million passengers!

I read an article on the net a while ago about the world's busiest cities for air travel. I remember it mentioned London was at 120 million a year once you factor in all 5 airports. Next I think was New York with 90 million (presumably from other small airports as well as the main 3 like Islip and White Plains). Can't remember any of the numbers for the others.


User currently offlineMunich From Germany, joined Mar 2002, 155 posts, RR: 3
Reply 19, posted (9 years 11 months 3 weeks 1 day 16 hours ago) and read 13364 times:

@ FlyLondon

You are right! If you include London-City (1.470.710) and Luton (6.785.815) there were been 119.786.404 passengers in 2003.



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User currently offlineKLMCedric From Belgium, joined Dec 2003, 812 posts, RR: 22
Reply 20, posted (9 years 11 months 3 weeks 1 day 9 hours ago) and read 13211 times:

Can anyone explain to me how come ATL has such massive passenger movements.
I mean 80million pax annually for a city that counts 400.000 inhabitants(if my info is correct).
I don't understand how ATL beats airports like LHR, FRA, JFK, LAX, ORD,CDG etc
And also what is the transit-rate on these 80million pax, must be well over 90%???


User currently offlineLHR27C From United Kingdom, joined Aug 2004, 1279 posts, RR: 16
Reply 21, posted (9 years 11 months 3 weeks 1 day 8 hours ago) and read 13175 times:

Simply because ATL is the key DL hub, at the centre of the hub and spoke system, so a large proportion of passengers are connecting.

Also ATL is really the only airport serving Atlanta, and equipped with four runways it is well placed to cope with 80 million passengers. LHR is not as busy partly because it is very slot constrained due to two runways, and partly because there are LGW, STN, LTN and LCY as well. In terms of cities, London's five airports total around 120 million passengers which is far ahead of any other city. As regards airport movements, a relatively small amount of movements at ATL are widebodies when compared to LHR. With so many widebody movements, LHR does not need as many total movements to achieve the same passenger throughput.

[Edited 2004-09-14 18:09:25]


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User currently offlineDtwclipper From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 22, posted (9 years 11 months 3 weeks 1 day 8 hours ago) and read 13157 times:

How many of these large airports have the runway capacity that DTW has?

6 Runways in operation.


User currently offlineTravisNC From United States of America, joined Sep 2003, 96 posts, RR: 0
Reply 23, posted (9 years 11 months 3 weeks 1 day 7 hours ago) and read 13049 times:

Can anyone explain to me how come ATL has such massive passenger movements.
I mean 80million pax annually for a city that counts 400.000 inhabitants(if my info is correct).


LHR27C gave a good explanation of why ATL is so busy, but I wanted to address the population figures. Atlanta had 416,474 people in its city limits in 2000. However the metropolitain population was 4.1 million in 2000. It's probably closer to 4.2/4.3 million now. You have to remember the airport serves more than just the people in the city limits.

Even though a lot of ATL's traffic is connecting they're still in the Top 10 O&D metros in the US.


User currently offlineAerofan From United States of America, joined Aug 2004, 1517 posts, RR: 2
Reply 24, posted (9 years 11 months 3 weeks 1 day ago) and read 12918 times:

I swear, I never understand how ATL keeps coming in at #1. Who on earth goes to ATL and connects thru there 79Million people ? I find that very hard to believe

25 B741 : I think the approx. passenger counts for the metro. areas in 2000 were: London-120 million NYC-90 million Chicago-87 million Los Angeles-84 million To
26 MADtoCAE : A question for all: What airport has more passenger traffic,Atlanta or London-Heathrow?
27 RCS763av : AeroFan: I have used ATL twice for connecting to Canada. Also, at least 90% of the pax generating from Colombia are using ATL to connect, i assume tha
28 Danpio : As per their websites, 2003 passenger numbers are: ATL- 79,086,792 LHR- 63,468,620 And number of movements: ATL- 911,723 LHR- 463,650 Obviously more w
29 Thrust : What a huge drop STL had....we used to be in the top 10 busiest airports in the U.S., and probably in the top 20 busiest airports in the world....oh w
30 Spark : B741; I'm guessing that your list includes transit passengers. Is there any list for O&D passengers? P.S. thank you.
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