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List of hub airports

Listed here are the world's airports used as airline hubs:

Contents

AfricaEdit

AlgeriaEdit

AngolaEdit

BeninEdit

BotswanaEdit

Burkina FasoEdit

BurundiEdit

CameroonEdit

Cape VerdeEdit

ChadEdit

ComorosEdit

Republic of the CongoEdit

Côte d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast)Edit

DjiboutiEdit

EgyptEdit

EritreaEdit

EthiopiaEdit

GabonEdit

(The) GambiaEdit

GhanaEdit

GuineaEdit

KenyaEdit

LibyaEdit

MadagascarEdit

MauritaniaEdit

MauritiusEdit

MoroccoEdit

MozambiqueEdit

NamibiaEdit

NigeriaEdit

RwandaEdit

SenegalEdit

SeychellesEdit

Sierra LeoneEdit

South AfricaEdit

South SudanEdit

SudanEdit

TanzaniaEdit

TogoEdit

TunisiaEdit

UgandaEdit

ZimbabweEdit

ZambiaEdit

AsiaEdit

Central AsiaEdit

AfghanistanEdit

KazakhstanEdit

KyrgyzstanEdit

TajikistanEdit

TurkmenistanEdit

UzbekistanEdit

East AsiaEdit

ChinaEdit

Hong KongEdit

JapanEdit

South KoreaEdit

MacauEdit

MongoliaEdit

TaiwanEdit

South AsiaEdit

BangladeshEdit

IndiaEdit

MaldivesEdit

NepalEdit

PakistanEdit

Sri LankaEdit

Southeast AsiaEdit

IndonesiaEdit

MalaysiaEdit

PhilippinesEdit

SingaporeEdit

ThailandEdit

VietnamEdit

Southwest AsiaEdit

BahrainEdit

IranEdit

IsraelEdit

JordanEdit

LebanonEdit

QatarEdit

Saudi ArabiaEdit

United Arab EmiratesEdit

EuropeEdit

Country Airport Airlines
Austria Vienna Austrian Airlines
Azerbaijan Baku Azerbaijan Airlines
Belarus Minsk Belavia
Belgium Brussels Brussels Airlines
TUI fly Belgium
Bulgaria Sofia Bulgaria Air
Croatia Zagreb Croatia Airlines
Czech Republic Prague CSA Czech Airlines
Smart Wings
Travel Service Airlines
Wizz Air
ABS Jets
Grossmann Jet Service
Denmark Copenhagen Scandinavian Airlines
Norwegian Air Shuttle
Finland Helsinki Finnair
Nordic Regional Airlines
Norwegian Air Shuttle
TUIfly Nordic
France Paris-Charles de Gaulle Air France
Joon
Lyon Air France
Georgia Tbilisi Georgian Airways
Germany Cologne/Bonn Eurowings
TUIfly
Frankfurt Condor Airlines
Lufthansa
Munich Lufthansa
Stuttgart Eurowings
Greece Athens Aegean Airlines
Air Mediterranean
Hungary Budapest Wizz Air
Iceland Reykjavik-Keflavik Icelandair
Ireland Dublin Aer Lingus
Ryanair
Italy Milan Air Italy
Rome Alitalia
Vueling
Kosovo Pristina Adria Airways
Latvia Riga airBaltic
Luxembourg Luxembourg Luxair
Cargolux
Moldova Chişinău Air Moldova
Netherlands Amsterdam KLM
Martinair
Transavia
TUI fly Netherlands
Norway Oslo Norwegian Air Shuttle
Scandinavian Airlines
Poland Warsaw Enter Air
LOT Polish Airlines
Small Planet Airlines
SprintAir
Wizz Air
Wrocław Enter Air
Ryanair
Wizz Air
Gdańsk Wizz Air
Kraków Ryanair
Katowice Wizz Air
Portugal Lisbon TAP Air Portugal
TAP Express
EuroAtlantic Airways
Hi Fly
White Airways
Easyjet
Porto TAP Air Portugal
TAP Express
Ryanair
Ponta Delgada SATA International
Faro Ryanair
Romania Bucharest-Henri Coandă TAROM
Wizz Air
Timișoara Carpatair
Bacău Blue Air
Russia Moscow-Domodedovo Globus Airlines
NordStar
RusLine
S7 Airlines
Ural Airlines
Yamal Airlines
Yekaterinburg Ural Airlines
Saint Petersburg Rossiya
Novosibirsk Globus Airlines
S7 Airlines
Moscow-Sheremetyevo Aeroflot
Nordwind Airlines
Moscow-Vnukovo Utair
Krasnoyarsk NordStar Airlines
Serbia Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport Air Serbia
Wizz Air
Slovenia Ljubljana Adria Airways
Solinair
Portorož Solinair
Spain Madrid Iberia
Air Europa
Ryanair
Easyjet
Barcelona Iberia
Vueling
Ryanair
Palma de Mallorca Air Europa
Sweden Stockholm-Arlanda Scandinavian Airlines
Norwegian Air Shuttle
Stockholm-Bromma Braathens Regional Aviation
Switzerland Zurich Swiss International Air Lines
Edelweiss Air
Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg Swiss International Air Lines
Easyjet
Geneva Swiss International Air Lines
Bern Sky Work Airlines
Turkey Istanbul Turkish Airlines
Onur Air
Ankara Anadolujet
Istanbul-Sabiha Gökçen Pegasus Airlines
SunExpress
Izmir Pegasus Airlines
Antalya Turkish Airlines
SunExpress
Ukraine Kiev-Boryspil Ukraine International Airlines
Wind Rose Aviation
United Kingdom Birmingham Flybe
Bristol Easyjet
Glasgow Flybe
Jet2
Loganair
Leeds-Bradford Jet2
London-Heathrow British Airways
Delta Air Lines[4][5]
Virgin Atlantic Airways
London-Gatwick Aer Lingus
British Airways
Virgin Atlantic Airways
Manchester FlyBe
Jet2
Exeter Flybe

North AmericaEdit

CanadaEdit

AlbertaEdit

British ColumbiaEdit

Northwest TerritoriesEdit

Nova ScotiaEdit

NunavutEdit

OntarioEdit

QuébecEdit

MexicoEdit

Mexico CityEdit

JaliscoEdit

Mexico StateEdit

Nuevo LeónEdit

Quintana RooEdit

United StatesEdit

State Airport Airline
Alaska Anchorage (ANC) Alaska Airlines
PenAir[6]
Arizona Phoenix (PHX) American Airlines
Southwest Airlines (focus city)
California Los Angeles (LAX)
Allegiant Air (focus city)
Alaska Airlines
American Airlines[7]
Delta Air Lines[8]
Qantas (focus city)
Southwest Airlines (focus city)
United Airlines[9]
Volaris (focus city)
Oakland (OAK) Southwest Airlines (Base)
San Francisco (SFO) Alaska Airlines
United Airlines
Colorado Denver (DEN) Frontier Airlines
Great Lakes Airlines
PenAir[6]
Southwest Airlines (focus city)
United Airlines[9]
Florida Miami (MIA) American Airlines[7]
Fort Lauderdale (FLL) JetBlue Airways
Silver Airways
Spirit Airlines (base)
Orlando (MCO) Southwest Airlines (focus city)
Allegiant Air (focus city)
Frontier Airlines (focus city)
Tampa (TPA) Silver Airways
Southwest Airlines (focus city)
Georgia Atlanta (ATL) Delta Air Lines[10]
Southwest Airlines
Frontier Airlines (focus city)
Hawaii Honolulu (HNL) Hawaiian Airlines
Kahului (OGG) Hawaiian Airlines[11]
Illinois Chicago-Midway (MDW) Southwest Airlines
Chicago-O'Hare (ORD) Air Choice One
American Airlines[7]
Frontier Airlines (focus city)
Spirit Airlines (base)
United Airlines[9]
Republic Airlines (base)
Indiana Indianapolis (IND) FedEx Express
Mountain Air Cargo
Republic Airlines (base)
Kentucky Cincinnati (CVG) Allegiant Airlines (focus city)
Amazon Air
DHL Aviation
Frontier Airlines (focus city)
Louisville (SDF) United Parcel Service
Maryland Baltimore (BWI) Southwest Airlines
Massachusetts Boston (BOS) Delta Air Lines[12]
JetBlue Airways
PenAir[6] (ground ops handling)
Cape Air
Michigan Detroit (DTW) Delta Air Lines[10]
Spirit Airlines (base)
Minnesota Minneapolis (MSP) Delta Air Lines[10]
Sun Country Airlines
Missouri
St. Louis (STL) Air Choice One
Cape Air
Republic Airlines (base)
Southwest Airlines (focus city)
Nevada Las Vegas (LAS) Allegiant Air
Frontier Airlines
Southwest Airlines (focus city)
Spirit Airlines
Sun Country Airlines (focus city)
New Jersey Newark (EWR) United Airlines[13]
Trenton (TTN) Frontier Airlines (focus city)
New York New York-JFK (JFK) American Airlines[7]
Delta Air Lines[10]
JetBlue Airways
New York-LaGuardia (LGA) American Airlines
Delta Air Lines
North Carolina Charlotte (CLT) American Airlines
Greensboro (GSO) FedEx Express
Raleigh (RDU) Delta Air Lines (focus city)
Frontier Airlines (focus city)
Ohio Cleveland (CLE) Frontier Airlines (focus city)
Cincinnati-Lunken (LUK) Ultimate Air Shuttle
Dayton (DAY) PSA Airlines (base)
Oregon Portland (PDX) Alaska Airlines
Horizon Air
Sun Country Airlines (focus city)
Pennsylvania Philadelphia (PHL) American Airlines
Pittsburgh (PIT) Southern Airways Express
Republic Airlines (base)
South Carolina Columbia (CAE) United Parcel Service
Tennessee Memphis (MEM) FedEx Express
SeaPort Airlines
Southern Airways Express
Nashville (BNA) Southwest Airlines
Texas Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) American Airlines[7]
Dallas-Love Field (DAL) Southwest Airlines[14]
Houston-Intercontinental (IAH) United Airlines[13]
Utah Salt Lake City (SLC) Delta Air Lines[10]
Virginia Washington-Dulles (IAD) United Airlines[9]
Washington-Reagan (DCA) American Airlines
Washington Seattle (SEA) Alaska Airlines
Delta Air Lines[10]
Horizon Air

Central AmericaEdit

GuatemalaEdit

HondurasEdit

El SalvadorEdit

Costa RicaEdit

PanamaEdit

CaribbeanEdit

AntiguaEdit

The BahamasEdit

BarbadosEdit

Cayman IslandsEdit

CubaEdit

Dominican RepublicEdit

GuadeloupeEdit

JamaicaEdit

MartiniqueEdit

Puerto RicoEdit

St. Vincent and the GrenadinesEdit

Trinidad and TobagoEdit

OceaniaEdit

South AmericaEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c "Biman Signs Order for Three New Bombardier Q400 Aircraft". Globe News Wire - News Room. 10 September 2018. Archived from the original on 22 February 2019.
  2. ^ "Cebu Pacific starts Clark Hub on November 8" (Press release). Cebu Air, Inc. 3 September 2008. Retrieved 30 December 2012. Cebu Pacific (CEB), the country’s leading airline to the ASEAN, will start operating international flights out of the Diosdado Macapagal International Airport (DMIA) (sic) in Clark, Pampanga starting November 8, 2008.
  3. ^ "Cebu Pacific inaugurates Clark hub operations" (Press release). Cebu Air, Inc. 7 November 2008. Retrieved 30 December 2012. Cebu Pacific (CEB), will start today regular operations from the Diosdado Macapagal International Airport (DMIA) (sic), its fourth hub after Manila, Cebu and Davao.
  4. ^ "Delta Air Lines Global Network". delta.com. Retrieved 12 May 2017.
  5. ^ "Delta Hub Station London Heathrow Airport". delta.com. Retrieved 12 May 2017.
  6. ^ a b c http://www.penair.com/corporate/about-us
  7. ^ a b c d e "Flight Plan 2020 – Get To Know Who We Are, in late 2009" (Press release). American Airlines. 2009.
  8. ^ http://news.delta.com/los-angeles-international-airport
  9. ^ a b c d United Airlines (2011-04-14). "The World Champion San Francisco Giants And United Airlines Announce New Agreement". United Airlines. Retrieved 4 May 2011.
  10. ^ a b c d e f "Stats & facts" (Press release). Delta Air Lines. 2011.
  11. ^ http://www.mercurynews.com/rss/ci_19739303?source=rss
  12. ^ http://news.delta.com/boston-logan-international-airport-0
  13. ^ a b Continental Airlines (2011). "United Continental Announces Nonstop Service Between San Francisco and Guadalajara, Mexico" (Press release). PRNewswire via COMTEX.
  14. ^ http://www.swamedia.com/channels/Corporate-Fact-Sheet/pages/corporate-fact-sheet