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List of the busiest airports in the United States

These are lists of the busiest airports in the United States, based on various ranking criteria.

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Busiest US airports by total passenger boardingsEdit

The FAA uses passenger boarding for a full calendar year to determine Airport Improvement Program (AIP) entitlements.[1] The term hub is used by the FAA to identify very busy commercial service airports. For instance, large hubs are those airports that each account for at least one percent of total US passenger enplanements. Medium hubs are defined as airports that each account for between 0.25 percent and one percent of the total passenger enplanements.

The 30 large hubs move 70% of the passengers with a traffic increasing by 2.5% from 2016 to 2017, while the 31 medium hubs grew by 5.2% and sixteen airports lost airline services between 2014 and 2018, from 445 to 429. Mainline carriers are up-gauging their fleet while scope clauses regional aircraft operations and turboprops and 50-seat regional jets are abandoned: aircraft with 50 seats or fewer represented 30% of domestic departures and 12% of seats offered in 2014, falling to 19% in 2018 and 7% of seats. Accounting for 18% of passenger traffic, medium hubs stimulate point-to-point services like for Southwest Airlines, operating at 29, carrying most mainline passengers at 24 and more than half at 10. Southwest’s first-quarter of 2018 CASM excluding fuel and special charges was 8.65 cents, roughly equivalent to JetBlue Airways and more than 20% lower than American Airlines, United Airlines and Delta Air Lines, while ULCCs are lower like Spirit Airlines at 5.83 cents while Frontier Airlines' is undisclosed.[2]

Rank
(2017)
Airports (large hubs) IATA
Code
Major city served State 2018 2017[3] 2016[4] 2015[5] 2014[6] 2013[7] 2012[8] 2011[9] 2010[10] 2009[11]
1 Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport ATL Atlanta GA 50,251,962 50,501,858 49,340,732 46,604,273 45,308,407 45,798,809 44,414,121 43,130,585 42,280,868
2 Los Angeles International Airport LAX Los Angeles CA 41,232,416 39,636,042 36,351,226 34,314,197 32,425,892 31,326,268 30,528,737 28,857,755 27,439,897
3 O'Hare International Airport ORD Chicago IL 38,593,028 37,589,899 36,305,668 33,686,811 32,317,835 32,171,743 31,892,301 32,171,831 31,135,732
4 Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport DFW Dallas/Fort Worth TX 31,861,933 31,283,579 31,589,832 30,766,940 29,038,128 28,022,877 27,518,358 27,100,656 26,663,984
5 Denver International Airport DEN Denver CO 29,809,091 28,267,394 26,280,043 26,000,591 25,496,885 25,799,832 25,667,499 25,241,962 24,013,669
6 John F. Kennedy International Airport JFK New York NY 29,533,154 29,239,151 27,782,369 26,244,928 25,036,358 24,520,943 23,664,830 22,934,047 22,710,272
7 San Francisco International Airport SFO San Francisco CA 28,736,291 26,900,016 25,707,101 24,190,549 22,756,008 21,704,626 21,284,224 20,038,679 19,359,003 18,467,908
8 McCarran International Airport LAS Las Vegas NV 23,364,185 22,833,267 21,824,231 20,551,016 19,946,179 19,941,173 19,854,759 18,996,738 19,445,952
9 Seattle–Tacoma International Airport SEA Seattle/Tacoma WA 24,894,338 22,639,120 21,887,110 21,231,781 18,781,489 17,450,425 16,625,787 16,425,732 15,406,243 15,273,092
10 Charlotte Douglas International Airport CLT Charlotte NC 22,011,225 21,511,880 21,913,166 21,542,277 21,346,601 20,032,426 19,022,535 18,629,181 18,165,476
11 Newark Liberty International Airport EWR New York/Newark NJ 21,571,194 19,923,009 18,684,818 17,680,826 17,546,506 17,035,098 16,814,092 16,571,754 16,659,441
12 Orlando International Airport MCO Orlando FL 21,565,444 20,283,541 18,759,938 17,278,608 16,884,524 17,159,425 17,250,415 17,017,491 16,371,016
13 Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport PHX Phoenix AZ 21,185,440 20,896,265 21,351,445 20,344,867 19,525,109 19,556,189 19,750,306 18,907,171 18,559,647
14 Miami International Airport MIA Miami FL 20,709,205 20,875,813 20,986,341 19,468,523 19,420,089 18,987,488 18,342,158 17,017,654 16,187,768
15 George Bush Intercontinental Airport IAH Houston TX 19,603,729 20,062,072 20,595,874 19,772,054 18,952,840 19,038,958 19,306,660 19,528,631 19,290,239
16 Logan International Airport BOS Boston MA 20,431,531 19,145,096 17,749,202 16,290,362 15,425,869 14,810,153 14,293,675 14,171,476 13,561,814 12,566,797
17 Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport MSP Minneapolis/St. Paul MN 19,002,544 18,123,844 17,634,252 16,972,678 16,280,835 15,943,751 15,895,653 15,512,487 15,551,206
18 Detroit Metropolitan Airport DTW Detroit MI 17,325,600 16,826,287 16,255,520 15,775,941 15,683,523 15,599,877 15,716,865 15,643,890 15,211,402
19 Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport FLL Fort Lauderdale FL 16,216,686 14,263,270 13,061,607 11,987,607 11,538,140 11,445,101 11,332,466 10,829,810 10,258,118
20 Philadelphia International Airport PHL Philadelphia PA 14,760,585 14,564,419 15,101,318 14,747,112 14,727,945 14,587,631 14,883,180 14,951,254 15,002,961
21 LaGuardia Airport LGA New York NY 14,737,834 14,706,123 14,762,593 13,415,797 13,372,269 12,818,717 11,989,227 12,001,501 11,084,300
22 Baltimore–Washington International Airport BWI Baltimore/Washington, D.C. MD 13,214,185 12,340,972 11,738,828 11,022,200 11,132,731 11,183,965 11,067,317 10,848,633 10,338,950
23 Salt Lake City International Airport SLC Salt Lake City UT 12,098,835 11,143,738 10,634,519 10,139,065 9,668,048 9,579,836 9,701,756 9,910,493 9,903,821
24 Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport DCA Washington, D.C. VA 11,966,354 11,470,854 11,242,375 10,057,794 9,838,034 9,462,206 9,053,004 8,736,804 8,490,288
25 Washington Dulles International Airport IAD Washington, D.C. VA 11,407,107 10,596,942 10,363,918 10,415,948 10,570,993 10,785,683 11,043,829 11,276,481 11,132,098
26 San Diego International Airport SAN San Diego CA 11,107,078 10,340,164 9,985,739 9,333,152 8,878,772 8,686,592 8,465,683 8,430,509 8,453,854
27 Midway International Airport MDW Chicago IL 10,911,970 11,044,353 11,044,387 10,318,311 9,915,646 9,431,796 9,134,576 8,518,957 8,253,620
28 Tampa International Airport TPA Tampa FL 9,830,583 9,194,994 9,150,414 8,531,561 8,267,752 8,216,153 8,174,194 8,137,222 8,263,294
29 Daniel K. Inouye International Airport HNL Honolulu HI 9,743,989 9,656,340 9,656,340 9,463,000 9,466,995 9,210,270 8,643,494 8,740,077 8,739,389
30 Portland International Airport PDX Portland OR 9,940,866 9,538,472 9,071,154 8,340,234 7,878,760 7,452,603 7,142,620 6,808,486 6,582,227 6,430,119
Rank
(2017)
Airports (Medium Hubs) IATA
Code
City Served State 2018 2017 2016 2015[4] 2014[1]
31 Dallas Love Field DAL Dallas TX 8,134,848 7,876,769 7,554,596 7,040,921 4,522,341
32 Nashville International Airport BNA Nashville TN 8,007,049 7,015,119 6,338,517 5,708,852 5,396,958
33 Austin-Bergstrom International Airport AUS Austin TX 7,921,797 6,973,115 6,095,545 5,797,547 5,219,982
34 St. Louis Lambert International Airport STL St. Louis MO 7,822,274 7,372,805 6,793,076 6,239,231 6,108,758
35 Norman Y. Mineta San José International Airport SJC San Jose CA 7,140,616 6,225,148 5,321,603 4,885,690 4,621,003
36 William P. Hobby Airport HOU Houston TX 6,937,061 6,741,870 6,285,181 5,937,944 5,800,726
37 Oakland International Airport OAK Oakland CA 6,798,321 6,530,308 5,934,639 5,506,672 5,069,257
38 Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport MSY New Orleans LA 6,565,482 6,005,527 5,569,705 5,329,696 4,870,569
39 Raleigh-Durham International Airport RDU Raleigh/Durham NC 6,416,822 5,851,004 5,401,714 4,954,717 4,673,869
40 Sacramento International Airport SMF Sacramento CA 6,031,630 5,460,526 4,969,366 4,816,440 4,384,616
41 Kansas City International Airport MCI Kansas City MO 5,935,131 5,744,918 5,391,557 5,135,127 4,982,722
42 John Wayne Airport SNA Santa Ana CA 5,317,149 5,195,047 5,217,242 4,945,175 4,584,147
43 San Antonio International Airport SAT San Antonio TX 5,028,785 4,521,611 4,179,994 4,091,389 4,046,856
44 Cleveland Hopkins International Airport CLE Cleveland OH 4,836,580 4,562,740 4,205,739 4,083,476 3,686,315
45 Southwest Florida International Airport RSW Fort Myers FL 4,719,468 4,461,304 4,277,214 4,159,212 3,942,387
46 Indianapolis International Airport IND Indianapolis IN 4,695,040 4,376,432 4,216,766 3,889,567 3,605,908
47 Pittsburgh International Airport PIT Pittsburgh PA 4,327,431 3,986,114 3,890,677 3,827,860
48 Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport SJU San Juan PR 4,163,587 4,343,354 4,218,785 4,150,828
49 Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport CVG Cincinnati/Covington OH/KY 3,926,158 3,269,979 3,036,697 2,874,684
50 John Glenn Columbus International Airport CMH Columbus OH 4,054,572 3,765,007 3,567,864 3,312,496 3,115,501
51 Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport MKE Milwaukee WI 3,548,817 3,452,544 3,383,271 3,229,876 3,228,607
52 Kahului Airport OGG Kahului HI 3,442,189 3,352,813 3,220,753 3,019,338
53 Bradley International Airport BDL Hartford CT 3,330,734 3,214,976 2,982,194 2,926,047 2,913,380
54 Palm Beach International Airport PBI West Palm Beach FL 3,263,042 3,166,532 3,100,624 3,113,485 2,926,242
55 Jacksonville International Airport JAX Jacksonville FL 3,118,540 2,759,067 2,799,587 2,716,465 2,589,198
56 Birmingham Shuttlesworth International Airport BHM Birmingham AL 2,972,776 2,705,014 2,652,233 2,695,520 2,624,662
57 Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport ANC Anchorage AK 2,556,188 2,563,524 2,525,876 2,381,826
58 Albuquerque International Sunport ABQ Albuquerque NM 2,483,861 2,341,719 2,323,850 2,354,184
59 Hollywood Burbank Airport BUR Burbank CA 2,365,361 2,104,625 1,972,531 1,931,948
60 Buffalo Niagara International Airport BUF Buffalo NY 2,348,463 2,313,724 2,331,545 2,378,469
61 Eppley Airfield OMA Omaha NE 2,303,223 2,127,387 2,046,155 2,020,354
62 Ontario International Airport ONT Ontario CA 2,247,645 2,127,387 2,089,801 2,037,346

Total passenger traffic in graphEdit

 

See source Wikidata query.


Busiest US airports by total passenger traffic (2018)Edit

List of busiest airports in the US based on total passengers, data are based on numbers provided from annual or monthly published figures by own airport authorities.

Rank Rank
change
Airport name Location IATA
Code
Traffic Aircraft
Passengers % chg.
2017/18
Movements % chg.
2017/18
1   Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport[12] Atlanta, College Park, and Hapeville; Georgia ATL 107,394,029  03.3 895,682  01.7
2   Los Angeles International Airport[13] Los Angeles, California LAX 87,534,384  03.5 707,833  01.1
3   Chicago O'Hare International Airport[14] Chicago, Illinois ORD 83,245,472  04.3 903,747  04.2
4   Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport[15] Coppell, Euless, Grapevine, and Irving; Texas DFW 69,112,607  03.0 667,213  02.0
5   Denver International Airport[16] Denver, Colorado DEN 64,494,613  05.1 603,403  03.6
6   John F. Kennedy International Airport[17] Queens, New York JFK 61,909,148  03.9 455,529  01.6
7   San Francisco International Airport[18] San Mateo County, California SFO 57,793,313  03.5 470,164  02.1
8   1 Seattle–Tacoma International Airport[19] SeaTac, Washington SEA 49,849,520  06.2 438,391  05.4
9   1 McCarran International Airport[20] Paradise, Nevada LAS 49,716,584  02.5 539,857  00.6
10   2 Orlando International Airport[21] Orlando, Florida MCO 47,696,627  06.9 347,672  05.1
11   1 Charlotte Douglas International Airport[22] Charlotte, North Carolina CLT 46,444,380  01.2 550,013  00.4
12   1 Newark Liberty International Airport [23] Newark and Elizabeth, New Jersey EWR 46,065,175  06.6 458,674  04.6
13   1 Miami International Airport[24] Miami-Dade County, Florida MIA 45,044,312  02.2 416,032  00.7
14   1 Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport[25] Phoenix, Arizona PHX 44,943,686  02.3 434,252  00.8
15   George Bush Intercontinental Airport[26] Houston, Texas IAH 43,807,539  07.6 466,738  03.6
16   Logan International Airport[27] Boston and Winthrop, Massachusetts BOS 40,941,925  06.6 424,024  05.6
17   Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport[28] Hennepin County, Minnesota MSP 38,037,381  00.0 407,476  02.1
18   1 Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport[29] Broward County, Florida FLL 35,963,370  010.6 329,662  05.4
19   1 Detroit Metropolitan Airport [30] Romulus, Michigan DTW 35,236,676  01.5 393,681  00.4
20   Philadelphia International Airport [31] Philadelphia and Tinicum Township, Pennsylvania PHL 31,691,956  07.1 379,665  02.6
21   LaGuardia Airport [32] Queens, New York LGA 30,094,074  01.8 372,025  00.8
22   Baltimore–Washington International Airport [33] Anne Arundel County, Maryland BWI 27,145,831  02.9 266,569  01.9
23   Salt Lake City International Airport [34] Salt Lake City, Utah SLC 25,554,244  05.6 337,276  03.1
24   2 San Diego International Airport [35] San Diego, California SAN 24,238,300  09.3 225,058  07.5
25   Washington Dulles International Airport [36] Dulles, Virginia IAD 24,060,709  05.1 274,281  03.6
26   2 Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport [37] Arlington, Virginia DCA 23,464,618  01.8 293,827  00.2
27   Chicago Midway International Airport [38] Chicago, Illinois MDW 22,027,737  01.9 243,322  03.2
28   Tampa International Airport [39] Tampa, Florida TPA 21,289,390  08.5 206,938  05.9
29   Daniel K. Inouye International Airport Honolulu, Hawaii HNL
30   Portland International Airport [40] Portland, Oregon PDX 19,882,788  04.2 233,993  02.2
31   Dallas Love Field [41] Dallas, Texas DAL 16,229,151  03.2 231,110  01.6
32   1 Nashville International Airport [42] Nashville, Tennessee BNA 15,996,194  013.2 216,966  05.2
33   1 Austin–Bergstrom International Airport [43] Austin, Texas AUS 15,819,912  013.9 210,080  05.2
34   2 St. Louis Lambert International Airport [44] St. Louis, Missouri STL 15,632,586  05.9 - -
35   Norman Y. Mineta San José International Airport [45] San Jose, California SJC 14,319,292  014.7 173,389  011.3

46 busiest US airports by total passenger traffic (2016)Edit

Listed according to data compiled by Airports Council International North America, and ranked according to total passengers during 2016.[46]

All 46 airports on this list are also featured on the FAA list, but the order varies. The FAA ranks by passengers boarding. ACI ranks by sum of boarding, disembarking, and flying through without leaving airplane. The statistics are slightly more than twice as high.

Rank Airport name Location IATA
Code
Traffic Aircraft
Passengers % chg.
2015/16
Movements % chg.
2015/16
1 Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport Atlanta, College Park, and Hapeville; Georgia ATL 104,171,935  02.6 898,356  01.8
2 Los Angeles International Airport Westchester, Los Angeles, California LAX 80,921,527  08.0 697,138  06.3
3 Chicago O'Hare International Airport Chicago, Illinois ORD 77,960,588  01.3 867,635  00.9
4 Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Coppell, Euless, Grapevine, and Irving; Texas DFW 65,670,697  00.2 672,748  01.3
5 John F. Kennedy International Airport Queens, New York JFK 59,105,513  03.9 452,415  03.0
6 Denver International Airport Denver, Colorado DEN 58,266,515  07.9 565,503  04.5
7 San Francisco International Airport San Mateo County, California SFO 53,099,282  06.1 450,388  04.8
8 McCarran International Airport Paradise, Nevada LAS 47,496,614  04.5 541,428  02.1
9 Seattle–Tacoma International Airport SeaTac, Washington SEA 45,736,700  08.0 412,170  08.1
10 Miami International Airport Miami-Dade County, Florida MIA 44,584,603  00.5 414,234  00.3
11 Charlotte Douglas International Airport Charlotte, North Carolina CLT 44,422,022  01.0 545,742  00.3
12 Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport Phoenix, Arizona PHX 43,302,381  01.6 440,643  00.1
13 Orlando International Airport Orlando, Florida MCO 41,923,399  08.0 316,981  02.9
14 George Bush Intercontinental Airport Houston, Texas IAH 41,622,594  03.3 470,780  06.4
15 Newark Liberty International Airport Newark and Elizabeth, New Jersey EWR 40,563,285  08.2 435,907  05.3
16 Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport Hennepin County, Minnesota MSP 37,413,728  02.3 412,872  02.0
17 Logan International Airport Boston and Winthrop, Massachusetts BOS 36,356,917  08.5 372,930  02.5
18 Detroit Metropolitan Airport Romulus, Michigan DTW 34,401,254  02.9 393,427  03.7
19 Philadelphia International Airport Philadelphia and Tinicum Township, Pennsylvania PHL 30,155,090  04.1 394,022  04.2
20 LaGuardia Airport Queens, New York LGA 29,786,769  04.7 369,987  02.7
21 Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport Broward County, Florida FLL 29,205,002  08.4 290,239  04.4
22 Baltimore–Washington International Airport Anne Arundel County, Maryland BWI 25,122,651  05.4 248,585  00.9
23 Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport Arlington, Virginia DCA 23,568,586  02.4 295,038  00.8
24 Salt Lake City International Airport Salt Lake City, Utah SLC 23,157,445  04.5 320,137  02.7
25 Chicago Midway International Airport Chicago, Illinois MDW 22,677,859  02.1 253,046  00.2
26 Washington Dulles International Airport Dulles, Virginia IAD 21,817,340  01.5 265,743  01.5
27 San Diego International Airport San Diego, California SAN 20,725,801  03.2 197,132  01.5
28 Daniel K. Inouye International Airport Honolulu, Hawaii HNL 19,878,659  – 00.0 316,154  01.1
29 Tampa International Airport Tampa, Florida TPA 18,931,922  00.6 N/A N/A
30 Portland International Airport Portland, Oregon PDX 18,352,767  08.9 227,709  04.4
31 Dallas Love Field Dallas, Texas DAL 15,562,738  07.3 224,193  03.7
32 St. Louis Lambert International Airport St. Louis, Missouri STL 13,959,126  09.5 190,560  02.5
33 Nashville International Airport Nashville, Tennessee BNA 12,979,803  011.2 194,758  05.6
34 William P. Hobby Airport Houston, Texas HOU 12,909,075  06.1 200,741  00.1
35 Austin–Bergstrom International Airport Austin, Texas AUS 12,436,849  04.5 192,032  00.4
36 Oakland International Airport Oakland, California OAK 12,070,967  07.7 222,771  03.3
37 Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport Kenner, Louisiana MSY 11,365,487  04.6 N/A N/A
38 Raleigh–Durham International Airport Morrisville, North Carolina RDU 11,049,143  011.1 191,348  05.6
39 Kansas City International Airport Kansas City, Missouri MCI 11,041,767  05.4 N/A N/A
40 Norman Y. Mineta San José International Airport San Jose, California SJC 10,796,725  010.2 N/A N/A
41 John Wayne Airport Santa Ana, California SNA 10,496,511  03.1 284,246  09.0
42 Sacramento International Airport Sacramento, California SMF 10,118,794  05.3 N/A N/A
43 San Antonio International Airport San Antonio, Texas SAT 8,618,139  01.3 N/A N/A
44 Southwest Florida International Airport Fort Myers, Florida RSW 8,604,673  02.8 N/A N/A
45 Indianapolis International Airport Indianapolis, Indiana IND 8,511,959  06.4 N/A N/A
46 Cleveland Hopkins International Airport Cleveland, Ohio CLE 8,422,676  03.8 N/A N/A

20 busiest US airports by international passenger traffic (2017)Edit

Listed according to data compiled by the Office of Aviation Analysis, part of the United States Department of Transportation, and ranked according to total international passengers during 2017.[47]

Rank Airport Name Location IATA
Code
Traffic
Passengers % chg.
2017/16
1 John F. Kennedy International Airport Queens, New York JFK 32,232,269  03.0%
2 Los Angeles International Airport Westchester, California LAX 24,296,522  08.0%
3 Miami International Airport Miami-Dade County, Florida MIA 20,195,479  03.0%
4 San Francisco International Airport San Mateo County, California SFO 13,127,656  08.0%
5 O'Hare International Airport Chicago, Illinois ORD 12,743,652  07.0%
6 Newark Liberty International Airport Newark and Elizabeth, New Jersey EWR 12,217,711  04.0%
7 Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport Atlanta, College Park, and Hapeville; Georgia ATL 11,659,891  05.0%
8 George Bush Intercontinental Airport Houston, Texas IAH 10,081,750  03.0%
9 Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Coppell, Euless, Grapevine, and Irving; Texas DFW 8,147,773  04.0%
10 Washington Dulles International Airport Dulles, Virginia IAD 7,488,692  04.0%
11 Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport Broward County, Florida FLL 7,040,347  021.0%
12 Logan International Airport Boston and Winthrop, Massachusetts BOS 6,788,201  010.0%
13 Orlando International Airport Orlando, Florida MCO 5,644,748  04.0%
14 Daniel K. Inouye International Airport Honolulu, Hawaii HNL 5,326,383  05.0%
15 Seattle-Tacoma International Airport SeaTac, Washington SEA 4,851,648  04.0%
16 Philadelphia International Airport Philadelphia and Tinicum Township, Pennsylvania PHL 3,553,738  02.0%
17 McCarran International Airport Paradise, Nevada LAS 3,512,661  00.2%
18 Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport Romulus, Michigan DTW 3,474,049  04.0%
19 Charlotte Douglas International Airport Charlotte, North Carolina CLT 3,050,345  03.0%
20 Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport Barrigada and Tamuning, Guam GUM 2,878,524  03.0%

10 busiest airports in the US by total cargo throughput (2017)Edit

Listed according to data compiled by the Federal Aviation Administration for the United States, and ranked according to total cargo throughput in pounds during 2017.[48]

Rank Airport Name Location IATA
Code
Cargo
Ibs. % chg.
2017/16
1 Memphis International Airport Memphis, Tennessee MEM 23,949,525,780  00.35%
2 Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport Anchorage, Alaska ANC 17,337,337,377  02.79%
3 Louisville International Airport Louisville, Kentucky SDF 13,403,682,652  04.68%
4 O'Hare International Airport Chicago, Illinois ORD 10,373,559,593  010.84%
5 Miami International Airport Miami, Florida MIA 7,963,988,407  00.82%
6 Los Angeles International Airport Westchester, California LAX 7,197,930,264  03.85%
7 Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport Hebron, Kentucky CVG 5,700,282,994  033.32%
8 Indianapolis International Airport Indianapolis, Indiana IND 5,138,500,318  0-3.58%
9 Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Coppell, Euless, Grapevine, and Irving; Texas DFW 4,155,362,297  07.65%
10 Ontario International Airport Ontario, California ONT 3,522,510,318  015.81%

See alsoEdit

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