Top 10 Busiest Airports in the United States

In terms of Gross Domestic Product (GDP), the United States is the richest country in the world. The country’s economy is expanding year after year. Air transportation is the most convenient means to travel to distant locations quickly and comfortably, as well as to save time. Airports in the United States are always crowded. With 43 million passengers each year, Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport is the busiest airport in the United States. Every day, hundreds of thousands of people fly for personal or professional reasons in the United States.

Photo by samuel Bloch via Flickr
Photo by samuel Bloch via Flickr

1. Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport

Passenger Boarding Statistics (2010): 43,130,585
City Served: Atlanta
State: GA

2. O’Hare International Airport

Passenger Boarding Statistics: 32,171,831
City Served: Chicago
State: IL

3. Los Angeles International Airport

Passenger Boarding Statistics: 28,857,755
City Served: Los Angeles
State: CA

4. Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport

Passenger Boarding Statistics: 27,100,656
City Served: Dallas/Fort Worth
State: TX

5. Denver International Airport

Passenger Boarding Statistics: 25,241,962
City Served: Denver
State: CO

6. John F. Kennedy International Airport

Passenger Boarding Statistics: 22,934,047
City Served: New York
State: NY

7. George Bush Intercontinental Airport

Passenger Boarding Statistics: 19,528,631
City Served: Houston
State: IAH

8. San Francisco International Airport

Passenger Boarding Statistics: 19,359,003
City Served: San Francisco
State: CA

9. McCarran International Airport

Passenger Boarding Statistics: 18,996,738
City Served: Las Vegas
State: NV

10. Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport

Passenger Boarding Statistics: 18,907,171
City Served: Phoenix
State: AZ

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