List of busiest city airport systems by passenger traffic

The world's busiest city airport systems by passenger traffic are measured by total number of passengers from all airports within a city or metropolitan area combined. London, with six commercial airports in its metropolitan area, is the busiest city airport system in the world, although Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport is the world's busiest individual airport.

2019 statistics (provisional)Edit

Rank Metropolitan area Country Total
passengers
Airport(s) included
1.   London United Kingdom 180,964,809 Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Luton, City, Southend
2.   New York United States 143,797,000 JFK, Newark, LaGuardia, Newburgh, Islip, White Plains
3.   Tokyo Japan Haneda, Narita, Chōfu, Ibaraki
4.   Shanghai China 121,791,337 Pudong, Hongqiao
5.   Los Angeles United States 113,876,671 LAX, Long Beach, Burbank, Orange County, Ontario
8.   Atlanta United States 110,531,300 Atlanta
13.   Moscow Russia 103,012,403 Sheremetyevo, Domodedovo, Vnukovo, Zhukovsky
38.   Milan Italy 58,284,008 Malpensa, Linate, Bergamo

2018 statisticsEdit

Rank Metropolitan area Country Total
passengers
Airport(s) included
1.   London United Kingdom 177,276,807 Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Luton, City, Southend
2.   New York United States 141,964,323 JFK, Newark, LaGuardia, Newburgh, Islip, White Plains
3.   Tokyo Japan 130,589,705 Haneda, Narita, Chōfu, Ibaraki
4.   Shanghai China 117,636,331 Pudong, Hongqiao
5.   Los Angeles United States 109,825,171 LAX, Long Beach, Burbank, Orange County, Ontario
6.   Paris France 109,003,265 Charles de Gaulle, Orly, Beauvais-Tillé, Châlons Vatry, Le Bourget
7.   Beijing China 107,496,290 Capital, Nanyuan, Daxing
8.   Atlanta United States 107,394,029 Atlanta
9.   Chicago United States 105,990,422 O'Hare, Midway, Rockford
10.   Bangkok Thailand 104,137,071 Suvarnabhumi, Don Mueang
11.   Istanbul Turkey 102,251,600 Atatürk, Sabiha Gökçen
12.   Dubai United Arab Emirates 102,096,884 Dubai, Al Maktoum, Sharjah
13.   Moscow Russia 97,391,973 Sheremetyevo, Domodedovo, Vnukovo, Zhukovsky
14.   Seoul South Korea 92,953,372 Incheon, Gimpo
15.   Miami United States 87,521,625 Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach
16.   San Francisco United States 85,706,856 SFO, Oakland, San Jose
17.   Dallas United States 85,341,758 DFW, Love Field
18.   Washington, D.C. United States 74,671,158 Baltimore, Dulles, Reagan
19.   Hong Kong China 74,517,402 Hong Kong
20.   São Paulo Brazil 74,065,783 Guarulhos, Congonhas, Viracopos, Campo de Marte
21.   Jakarta Indonesia 72,522,164 Soekarno-Hatta, Halim Perdanakusuma
22.   Frankfurt Germany 71,982,467 Frankfurt, Hahn
23.   Amsterdam Netherlands 71,053,157 Schiphol
24.   Delhi India 69,900,938 Indira Gandhi, Hindon
25.   Guangzhou China 69,878,497 Baiyun, Shadi
26.   Singapore Singapore 65,628,000 Changi
27.   Denver United States 64,494,613 Denver
28.   Kuala Lumpur Malaysia 62,839,586 Kuala Lumpur–International, Subang
29.   Houston United States 58,284,008 IAH, Hobby
30.   Madrid Spain 57,891,340 Barajas
31.   Toronto Canada 53,233,048 Pearson, Bishop, Hamilton
32.   Barcelona Spain 53,229,909 Barcelona, Girona-Costa Brava, Reus
33.   Chengdu China 52,950,000 Shuangliu
34.   Taipei Taiwan 52,761,112 Taoyuan, Songshan
35.   Orlando United States 50,791,114 Orlando, Sanford
36.   Mumbai India 49,877,918 Chhatrapati Shivaji
37.   Seattle United States 49,849,520 Seattle, Paine/Snohomish
38.   Las Vegas United States 49,716,584 Las Vegas
39.   Shenzhen China 49,348,950 Shenzhen
40.   Rome Italy 48,834,856 Fiumicino, Ciampino

2017 statisticsEdit

Rank Metropolitan area Country Total
passengers
Airport(s) included
1.   London United Kingdom 170,980,680 Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Luton, City, Southend
2.   New York United States 135,514,082 JFK, Newark, LaGuardia, Newburgh, Islip, White Plains
3.   Tokyo Japan 126,277,169 Haneda, Narita, Chōfu Airport, Ibaraki Airport
4.   Shanghai China 111,992,707 Pudong, Hongqiao
5.   Los Angeles United States 108,057,042 LAX, Long Beach, Burbank, Orange County, Ontario
6.   Paris France 105,232,285 Charles de Gaulle, Orly, Beauvais-Tillé, Châlons Vatry, Le Bourget
7.   Atlanta United States 103,902,992 Atlanta
8.   Chicago United States 102,479,419 O'Hare, Midway, Rockford
9.   Beijing China 101,740,179 Capital, Nanyuan
10.   Dubai United Arab Emirates 100,512,627 Dubai, Al Maktoum, Sharjah
11.   Bangkok Thailand 99,160,461 Suvarnabhumi, Don Mueang
12.   Istanbul Turkey 95,113,289 Atatürk, Sabiha Gökçen
13.   Moscow Russia 89,489,719 Sheremetyevo, Domodedovo, Vnukovo, Zhukovsky
14.   Seoul South Korea 87,183,179 Incheon, Gimpo
15.   Dallas United States 82,815,841 DFW, Love Field
16.   Miami United States 82,904,818 Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach
17.   San Francisco United States 81,380,154 SFO, Oakland, San Jose
18.   Washington United States 73,165,163 Baltimore, Dulles, Reagan
19.   Hong Kong China 72,868,000 Hong Kong
20.   Jakarta Indonesia 69,906,136 Soekarno-Hatta, Halim Perdanakusuma
21.   São Paulo Brazil 69,161,375 Guarulhos, Congonhas, Viracopos, Campo de Marte
22.   Amsterdam Netherlands 68,515,425 Schiphol
23.   Frankfurt Germany 66,972,584 Frankfurt, Hahn
24.   Guangzhou China 66,247,560 Baiyun, Shadi
25.   Delhi India 63,451,503 Indira Gandhi
26.   Singapore Singapore 62,222,000 Changi
27.   Kuala Lumpur Malaysia 61,435,213 Kuala Lumpur–International, Subang
28.   Denver United States 61,379,396 Denver
29.   Houston United States 54,131,888 IAH, Hobby
30.   Madrid Spain 53,402,506 Barajas
31.   Taipei Taiwan 51,022,148 Taoyuan, Songshan
32.   Toronto Canada 50,529,504 Pearson, Bishop, Hamilton[1]
33.   Barcelona Spain 50,254,280 Barcelona, Girona-Costa Brava, Reus
34.   Chengdu China 49,801,693 Shuangliu
35.   Las Vegas United States 48,500,194 Las Vegas
36.   Mumbai India 48,496,430 Chhatrapati Shivaji
37.   Orlando United States 47,533,711 Orlando, Sanford
38.   Seattle United States 46,934,194 Seattle
39.   Rome Italy 46,857,693 Fiumicino, Ciampino
40.   Osaka Japan 46,694,945 Kansai, Itami, Kobe[2]

2016 statisticsEdit

Rank Metropolitan area Country Total
passengers
Airport(s) included
1.   London United Kingdom 163,231,321 Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Luton, City, Southend
2.   New York City United States 134,353,971 JFK, Newark, LaGuardia, Stewart, Long Island MacArthur, Westchester
3.   Tokyo Japan 116,803,669 Haneda, Narita, Chōfu Airport, Ibaraki Airport
4.   Shanghai China 106,462,549 Pudong, Hongqiao
5.   Atlanta United States 104,171,935 Hartsfield–Jackson
6.   Los Angeles United States 102,630,641 LAX, Long Beach, Bob Hope/Burbank, John Wayne, Ontario
7.   Paris France 101,717,530 Charles de Gaulle, Orly, Beauvais
8.   Chicago United States 101,202,068 O'Hare, Midway, Rockford
9.   Beijing China 99,979,802 Capital, Nanyuan
10.   Dubai United Arab Emirates 95,553,126 Dubai, Al Maktoum, Sharjah
11.   Bangkok Thailand 91,096,185 Suvarnabhumi, Don Mueang
12.   Istanbul Turkey 89,826,476 Atatürk, Sabiha Gökçen
13.   Seoul South Korea 82,892,902 Incheon, Gimpo
14.   Dallas/Fort Worth United States 81,233,435 DFW, Love Field
15.   Miami United States 80,054,002 Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Palm Beach
16.   Moscow Russia 76,623,181 Domodedovo, Sheremetyevo, Vnukovo, Zhukovsky
17.   San Francisco Bay Area United States 75,966,974 San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose
18.   Hong Kong China 70,314,462 Hong Kong
19.   São Paulo Brazil 66,897,374 Guarulhos, Congonhas, Viracopos, Campo de Marte Airport
20.   Jakarta Indonesia 64,314,005 Soekarno-Hatta, Halim Perdanakusuma
21.   Amsterdam The Netherlands 63,625,534 Schiphol
22.   Frankfurt Germany 63,396,093 Frankfurt, Hahn
23.   Guangzhou China 59,732,147 Baiyun
24.   Singapore Singapore 58,698,039 Changi
25.   Denver United States 58,266,515 Denver
26.   Delhi India 55,631,385 Indira Gandhi
27.   Kuala Lumpur Malaysia 55,474,879 Kuala Lumpur–International, Subang
28.   Houston United States 54,546,393 George Bush, Hobby
29.   Madrid Spain 50,397,928 Barajas
30.   Taipei Taiwan 48,439,767 Taoyuan, Songshan
31.   Las Vegas United States 47,496,614 McCarran
32.   Toronto Canada 47,473,468 Pearson, Bishop, Hamilton[1]
33.   Rome Italy 47,140,468 Fiumicino, Ciampino
34.   Barcelona Spain 46,613,405 Barcelona, Girona-Costa Brava, Reus
35.   Chengdu China 46,039,137 Shuangliu
36.   Washington United States 45,564,100 Dulles, Reagan
37.   Mumbai India 44,680,555 Chhatrapati Shivaji
38.   Orlando United States 44,675,809 Orlando, Sanford
39.   Phoenix United States 44,671,947 Sky Harbor, Mesa Gateway
40.   Charlotte United States 44,422,022 Douglas

2015 statisticsEdit

Rank Metropolitan area Country Total
passengers
Airport(s) included
1. London United Kingdom 155,257,467 Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Luton, City, Southend[3]
2. New York City United States 126,651,526 JFK, Newark, LaGuardia, Stewart, Long Island MacArthur, Westchester
3. Tokyo Japan 111,439,687 Haneda, Narita, Chōfu Airport
4. Atlanta United States 101,491,106 Hartsfield–Jackson
5. Paris France 99,761,998 Charles de Gaulle, Orly, Beauvais
6. Chicago United States 99,277,247 O'Hare, Midway, Rockford
7. Shanghai China 99,189,000 Pudong, Hongqiao[4]
8. Beijing China 96,130,390 Capital, Nanyuan
9. Los Angeles United States 95,793,140 LAX, Long Beach, Bob Hope/Burbank, John Wayne, Ontario
10. Istanbul Turkey 89,435,167 Atatürk, Sabiha Gökçen
11. Dubai United Arab Emirates 88,935,250 Dubai, Al Maktoum, Sharjah
12. Bangkok Thailand 83,206,293 Suvarnabhumi, Don Mueang
13. Dallas/Fort Worth United States 78,671,661 DFW, Love Field
14. Miami United States 77,557,288 Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Palm Beach
15. Moscow Russia 75,285,463 Domodedovo, Sheremetyevo, Vnukovo
16. Seoul South Korea 72,445,198 Incheon, Gimpo
17. San Francisco Bay Area United States 71,014,239 San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose
18. São Paulo Brazil 68,715,919 Guarulhos, Congonhas, Viracopos, Campo de Marte Airport
19. Hong Kong China 68,488,000 Hong Kong
20. Frankfurt Germany 63,697,127 Frankfurt, Hahn
21. Amsterdam The Netherlands 58,284,864 Schiphol
22. Jakarta Indonesia 57,000,000 Soekarno-Hatta, Halim Perdanakusuma
23. Singapore Singapore 55,448,964 Changi
24. Guangzhou China 55,208,000 Baiyun
25. Houston United States 55,186,568 George Bush, Hobby
26. Denver United States 54,014,502 Denver
27. Kuala Lumpur Malaysia 51,678,211 Kuala Lumpur–International, Subang
28. Madrid Spain 46,828,279 Barajas
29. Rome Italy 46,297,409 Fiumicino, Ciampino
30. Delhi India 45,981,773 Indira Gandhi
31. Las Vegas United States 45,389,074 McCarran
32. Charlotte United States 44,876,627 Douglas
33. Taipei Taiwan 44,580,993 Taoyuan, Songshan
34. Toronto Canada 43,436,847 Pearson, Billy Bishop
35. Phoenix United States 43,376,899 Sky Harbor, Mesa Gateway
36. Washington United States 42,846,321 Dulles Reagan
37. Seattle United States 42,340,537 Seattle-Tacoma
38. Chengdu China 42,240,000 Shuangliu
39. Barcelona Spain 42,191,661 Barcelona, Girona-Costa Brava, Reus
40. Munich Germany 41,731,856 Munich, Memmingen

2014 statisticsEdit

Rank Metropolitan area Total
passengers
Airport(s) included
1. London 146,685,710 Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Luton, City, Southend[3]
2. New York City 120,195,058 JFK, Newark, LaGuardia
3. Tokyo 108,421,827 Haneda, Narita
4. Paris 96,208,332 Charles de Gaulle, Orly, Beauvais
5. Atlanta 96,178,899 Hartsfield–Jackson
6. Chicago 91,255,037 O'Hare, Midway
7. Beijing 91,059,631 Capital, Nanyuan
8. Los Angeles 90,820,698 LAX, Long Beach, Bob Hope, John Wayne, Ontario
9. Shanghai 89,622,000 Pudong, Hongqiao[4]
10. Istanbul 85,592,229 Atatürk, Sabiha Gökçen
11. Dubai 82,469,523 Dubai, Al Maktoum, Sharjah
12. Moscow 77,341,000 Domodedovo, Sheremetyevo, Vnukovo
13. Dallas/Fort Worth 72,936,459 DFW, Love Field
14. Miami 71,476,569 Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Palm Beach
15. Bangkok 67,969,920 Suvarnabhumi, Don Mueang
16. São Paulo 67,554,621 Guarulhos, Congonhas, Viracopos
17. Seoul 67,079,045 Incheon, Gimpo
18. San Francisco Bay Area 66,796,162 San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose
19. Hong Kong 63,347,000 Chek Lap Kok
20. Frankfurt 62,084,088 Frankfurt, Hahn
21. Jakarta 57,005,406 Soekarno-Hatta, Halim Perdanakusuma
22. Guangzhou 56,050,262 Baiyun
23. Amsterdam 54,978,023 Schiphol
24. Singapore 54,091,802 Changi
25. Denver 53,472,514 Denver
26. Houston 53,196,840 George Bush, Hobby
27. Kuala Lumpur 51,692,965 Kuala Lumpur–International, Subang
28. Charlotte 44,279,504 Douglas
29. Rome 43,525,197 Fiumicino, Ciampino
30. Las Vegas 42,869,517 McCarran
31. Washington 42,561,290 Dulles, Reagan
32. Phoenix 42,363,030 Sky Harbor, Mesa Gateway
33. Taipei 41,912,125 Taoyuan, Songshan
34. Madrid 41,833,374 Barajas
35. Toronto 40,971,961 Pearson, Billy Bishop
36. Barcelona 40,570,338 Barcelona, Girona-Costa Brava, Reus
37. Munich 40,450,515 Munich, Memmingen
38. Delhi 39,752,819 Indira Gandhi
39. Sydney 38,628,952 Kingsford Smith[5]
40. Orlando 37,899,313 Orlando, Sanford

2012 statisticsEdit

The following list is based on information provided by the Airports Council International's preliminary full-year figures for the Top 30 airports in the world,[6] and the Top 50 airports in the US[7]

Rank Metropolitan area Total
passengers
Airport(s) included
1. London 134,997,486 Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Luton, City, Southend[3]
2. New York City 112,427,757 JFK, Newark, LaGuardia, Westchester County,[8] Long Island,[9] Stewart[10]
3. Tokyo 99,879,178 Haneda, Narita,[11] Ibaraki[12]
4. Atlanta 95,462,867 Hartsfield–Jackson
5. Paris 92,738,772 Charles de Gaulle, Orly, Beauvais
6. Chicago 86,356,630 O'Hare, Midway, Gary, Rockford
7. Beijing 85,389,239 Capital, Nanyuan[4]
8. Los Angeles 84,129,635 LAX, Long Beach,[13] Bob Hope,[14] John Wayne, Ontario[15]
9. Shanghai 78,708,890 Pudong, Hongqiao[4]
10. Miami 68,626,693 Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Palm Beach[16]
11. Dallas/Fort Worth 66,764,842 DFW, Love Field
12. Dubai 65,201,088 Dubai, Al Maktoum, Sharjah[17]
13. Moscow 63,888,632 Domodedovo, Sheremetyevo, Vnukovo
14. San Francisco Bay Area 62,736,923 San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose, Charles M. Schulz
15. Frankfurt 61,013,452 Frankfurt, Hahn
16. Istanbul 59,485,750 Atatürk, Sabiha Gökçen
17. São Paulo 59,016,229 Guarulhos, Congonhas, Viracopos, Campo de Marte, São José dos Campos[18]
18. Bangkok 58,985,469 Suvarnabhumi, Don Mueang
19. Seoul 58,583,599 Incheon, Gimpo
20. Jakarta 57,831,462 Soekarno-Hatta, Halim Perdanakusuma[19]
21. Hong Kong 56,057,751 Hong Kong
22. Denver 53,156,278 Denver
23. Singapore 51,181,804 Changi
24. Amsterdam 51,035,590 Schiphol
25. Houston 50,326,484 George Bush, Hobby
26. Guangzhou 48,731,462 Baiyun, Shadi[4]
27. Madrid 45,224,305 Barajas, Torrejón, Cuatro Vientos[20]
28. Washington 42,038,011 Dulles, Reagan
29. Phoenix 41,808,611 Sky Harbor, Mesa Gateway[21]
30. Rome 41,478,287 Fiumicino, Ciampino
31. Kuala Lumpur 41,330,380 Kuala Lumpur–International, Subang
32. Charlotte 41,228,372 Douglas
33. Las Vegas 40,799,830 McCarran
34. Munich 39,227,979 Munich, Memmingen
35. Barcelona 38,927,906 Barcelona, Girona-Costa Brava, Reus, Sabadell, Lleida-Alguaire[20]
36. Toronto 37,163,947 Pearson, Billy Bishop,[22] Hamilton[23]
37. Sydney 36,920,000 Kingsford Smith[5]
38. Milan 36,657,911 Malpensa, Linate, Bergamo
39. Orlando 36,525,430 Orlando, Sanford[24]
40. Delhi 35,881,965 Indira Gandhi

2010 statisticsEdit

The following list is based on two lists compiled by CAPA Centre for Aviation based on data from Airports Council International, one ranking cities with multiple airports[25] and the other ranking individual airports.[26]

Rank Metropolitan area Total
passengers
Airport(s) included
1. London 127,353,419 Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Luton, City, Southend[27]
2. New York City 107,586,717 JFK, Newark, LaGuardia, Westchester County,[28] Long Island,[29] Stewart[30]
3. Tokyo 98,024,708 Haneda, Narita
4. Atlanta 89,331,622 Hartsfield–Jackson
5. Paris 86,203,669 Charles de Gaulle, Orly, Beauvais
6. Chicago 84,302,427 O'Hare, Midway, Gary
7. Los Angeles 79,981,524 LAX, Long Beach, Bob Hope, John Wayne, Ontario[31]
8. Beijing 76,171,801 Capital, Nanyuan[32]
9. Shanghai 71,684,808 Pudong, Hongqiao
10. Dallas/Fort Worth 64,867,419 DFW, Love Field
11. Miami 63,998,275 Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Palm Beach[33]
12. San Francisco Bay Area 56,905,161 San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose, Charles M. Schulz
13. Frankfurt 56,172,796 Frankfurt, Hahn
14. Dubai 53,487,326 Dubai, Sharjah[34]
15. Denver 52,211,242 Denver
16. Seoul 51,044,826 Incheon,[35] Gimpo[36]
17. Moscow 50,958,643 Domodedovo, Sheremetyevo, Vnukovo
18. Hong Kong 50,410,819 Hong Kong
19. Madrid 49,786,202 Barajas
20. Houston 49,533,570 George Bush, Hobby
21. São Paulo 48,224,873 Guarulhos, Congonhas, Viracopos, Campo de Marte, São José dos Campos[37]
22. Amsterdam 45,211,749 Schiphol
23. Bangkok 44,262,347 Suvarnabhumi, Don Mueang
24. Jakarta 43,981,022 Soekarno-Hatta
25. Istanbul 43,350,029 Atatürk, Sabiha Gökçen
26. Singapore 42,038,777 Changi
27. Washington 41,697,356 Dulles, Reagan
28. Guangzhou 40,975,253 Baiyun
29. Rome 40,486,202 Fiumicino, Ciampino
30. Phoenix 39,464,409 Sky Harbor, Mesa Gateway[38]
31. Barcelona 38,768,886 Barcelona, Girona-Costa Brava, Reus, Sabadell, Lleida-Alguaire[39]
32. Las Vegas 39,397,359 McCarran
33. Charlotte 38,143,078 Douglas
34. Sydney 35,992,164 Sydney
35. Orlando 35,775,107 Orlando, Sanford[40]
36. Kuala Lumpur 35,205,636 Kuala Lumpur–International, LCCT[41] Subang[42]
37. Milan 34,670,437 Malpensa, Linate, Bergamo
38. Munich 34,598,634 Munich
39. Düsseldorf/Cologne/Bonn 33,475,569 Düsseldorf, Cologne Bonn, Dortmund, Weeze
40. Toronto 33,452,851 Pearson, Toronto Island, Hamilton

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