World's busiest city airport systems by passenger traffic

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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.

2012 statistics[edit]

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,[1] and the Top 50 airports in the US[2]

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,[4] Long Island,[5] Stewart[6]
3. Tokyo 99,879,178 Haneda, Narita,[7] Ibaraki[8]
4. Atlanta 94,956,643 Hartsfield–Jackson
5. Paris 92,738,772 Charles de Gaulle, Orly, Beauvais, Vatry
6. Chicago 86,356,630 O'Hare, Midway, Gary, Rockford
7. Beijing 85,389,239 Capital, Nanyuan[9]
8. Los Angeles 84,129,635 LAX, Long Beach,[10] Bob Hope,[11] John Wayne, Ontario[12]
9. Shanghai 78,708,890 Pudong, Hongqiao[9]
10. Miami 68,626,693 Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Palm Beach[13]
11. Dallas/Fort Worth 66,764,842 DFW, Love Field
12. Dubai 65,201,088 Dubai, Al Maktoum, Sharjah[14]
13. Washington/Baltimore 64,717,998 Dulles, Reagan, BWI
14. Moscow 63,888,632 Domodedovo, Sheremetyevo, Vnukovo
15. San Francisco Bay Area 62,736,923 San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose, Charles M. Schulz
16. Frankfurt 61,013,452 Frankfurt, Hahn
17. Istanbul 59,485,750 Atatürk, Sabiha Gökçen
18. São Paulo 59,016,229 Guarulhos, Congonhas, Viracopos, Campo de Marte, São José dos Campos[15]
19. Bangkok 58,985,469 Suvarnabhumi, Don Mueang
20. Seoul 58,583,599 Incheon, Gimpo
21. Jakarta 57,831,462 Soekarno-Hatta, Halim Perdanakusuma[16]
22. Hong Kong 56,064,248 Chek Lap Kok
23. Denver 53,156,278 Denver
24. Singapore 51,181,804 Changi
25. Amsterdam 51,035,590 Schiphol
26. Houston 50,326,484 George Bush, Hobby
27. Guangzhou 48,731,462 Baiyun, Foshan[9]
28. Madrid 45,224,305 Barajas, Torrejón, Cuatro Vientos[17]
29. Phoenix 41,808,611 Sky Harbor, Mesa Gateway[18]
30. Rome 41,478,287 Fiumicino, Ciampino
31. Kuala Lumpur 41,330,380 Kuala Lumpur, Subang
32. Las Vegas 41,666,527 McCarran
33. Charlotte 41,226,035 Douglas
34. Munich 39,227,979 Munich, Memmingen
35. Barcelona 38,927,906 Barcelona, Girona-Costa Brava, Reus, Sabadell, Lleida-Alguaire[17]
36. Sydney 37,342,798 Kingsford Smith
37. Toronto 37,163,947 Pearson, Billy Bishop,[19] Hamilton[20]
38. Milan 36,657,911 Malpensa, Linate, Bergamo
39. Orlando 36,525,430 Orlando, Sanford[21]
40. Boston 36,116,165 Boston-Logan, Manchester-Boston, T. F. Green, Worcester
41. Delhi 34,221,608 Indira Gandhi
42. Seattle 33,219,723 Seattle-Tacoma
43. Manila 33,188,278 Manila, Clark
44. Minneapolis/Saint-Paul 33,125,768 Minneapolis-Saint Paul
45. Taipei 33,095,525 Taoyuan, Songshan
46. Osaka 32,793,277 Kansai, Itami, Kobe
47. Detroit 32,205,358 Metro
48. Chengdu 31,599,353 Shuangliu
49. Mumbai 30,747,841 Chhatrapati Shivaji
50. Mexico City 30,463,967 Benito Juárez, Toluca
51. Philadelphia 30,228,596 Philadelphia
52. Shenzhen 29,569,725 Bao'an
53. Melbourne 29,297,387 Tullamarine, Avalon, Essendon, Moorabbin
54. Rio de Janeiro 26,498,600 Galeão, Santos Dumont[15]
55. Copenhagen/Malmö 25,873,527 Copenhagen,[22] Malmö,[23] Roskilde,[22] Ängelholm-Helsingborg[23]
56. Bogota 25,525,873 Eldorado, Guaymaral
57. Oslo 25,518,536 Gardermoen,[24] Rygge,[24] Torp[24]
58. Brussels 25,487,759 Brussels, Charleroi
59. Berlin 25,261,477 Tegel, Schönefeld
60. Antalya 24,993,667 Antalya
61. Zurich 24,802,466 Kloten
62. Stockholm 24,452,326 Arlanda,[23] Bromma,[23] Skavsta,[23] Västerås,[23]
63. Manchester 20,895,385 Manchester

2010 statistics[edit]

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][33]
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[34]
12. Washington/Baltimore 63,633,817 Dulles, Reagan, BWI
13. San Francisco Bay Area 56,905,161 San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose, Charles M. Schulz
14. Frankfurt 56,172,796 Frankfurt, Hahn
15. Dubai 53,487,326 Dubai, Sharjah[35]
16. Denver 52,211,242 Denver
17. Seoul 51,044,826 Incheon,[36] Gimpo[37]
18. Moscow 50,958,643 Domodedovo, Sheremetyevo, Vnukovo
19. Hong Kong 50,410,819 Chek Lap Kok
20. Madrid 49,786,202 Barajas
21. Houston 49,533,570 George Bush, Hobby
22. São Paulo 48,224,873 Guarulhos, Congonhas, Viracopos, Campo de Marte, São José dos Campos[38]
23. Amsterdam 45,211,749 Schiphol
24. Bangkok 44,262,347 Suvarnabhumi, Don Mueang
25. Jakarta 43,981,022 Soekarno-Hatta
26. Istanbul 43,350,029 Atatürk, Sabiha Gökçen
27. Singapore 42,038,777 Changi
28. Guangzhou 40,975,253 Baiyun
29. Rome 40,486,202 Fiumicino, Ciampino
30. Phoenix 39,464,409 Sky Harbor, Mesa Gateway[39]
31. Barcelona 38,768,886 Barcelona, Girona-Costa Brava, Reus, Sabadell, Lleida-Alguaire[40]
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[41]
36. Boston 35,704,493 Boston-Logan, Manchester-Boston, T. F. Green, Worcester
37. Kuala Lumpur 35,205,636 Kuala Lumpur, LCCT[42] Subang[43]
38. Milan 34,670,437 Malpensa, Linate, Bergamo
39. Munich 34,598,634 Munich
40. Toronto 33,452,851 Pearson, Toronto Island, Hamilton

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