List of the busiest airports in Latin America

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This is a list of the busiest airports in Latin America.

2019 (Jan-May) *Please do not modify until the 20th of each month*[edit]

Latin America 25 busiest airports by passenger traffic[edit]

Rank Airport City served Country Passengers Annual
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Position
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1 Mexico City International Airport Mexico City  Mexico 20,067,102[1] Increase5.89% Steady
2 São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport São Paulo  Brazil 17,466,192[2] Increase3.21% Steady
3 El Dorado International Airport Bogotá  Colombia 13,559,418[3] Increase2.86% Steady
4 Cancún International Airport Cancún  Mexico 11,031,988[4] Increase2.32% Steady
5 Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport Santiago  Chile 10,791,729[5] Increase11.72% Increase1
6 Jorge Chávez International Airport Lima  Peru 10,166,113[6] Increase5.79% Decrease1
7 São Paulo-Congonhas Airport São Paulo  Brazil 9,325,095[7] Increase6.74% Steady
8 Brasília International Airport Brasília  Brazil 6,887,147[8] Decrease3.29% Steady
9 Tocumen International Airport Panama City  Panama 6'855,210[9] Increase4.39% Steady
10 Rio de Janeiro-Galeão International Airport Rio de Janeiro  Brazil TBD[10] DecreaseTBD% Steady
11 Guadalajara International Airport Guadalajara  Mexico 5,718,700[11] Increase3.32% Steady
12 Aeroparque Jorge Newbery Buenos Aires  Argentina 5,325,331[12] Decrease6.12% Steady
13 Ministro Pistarini International Airport Buenos Aires  Argentina 5,303,474[12] Increase11.24% Steady
14 Tancredo Neves International Airport Belo Horizonte  Brazil 4,471,521[13] Increase2.78% Increase1
15 Viracopos International Airport Campinas  Brazil 4,268,626[14] Increase17.20% Increase1
16 Monterrey International Airport Monterrey  Mexico 4,262,092[15] Increase5.21% Decrease2
17 Santos Dumont Airport Rio de Janeiro  Brazil 3,842,434[7] Increase1.06% Steady
18 Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport San Juan  Puerto Rico 3,829,801[4] Increase17.30% Steady
19 Recife/Guararapes–Gilberto Freyre International Airport Recife  Brazil 3,615,679[7] Increase7.77% Increase1
20 Punta Cana International Airport Punta Cana  Dominican Republic 3'586,329[16] IncreaseTBD% Increase2
21 Tijuana International Airport Tijuana  Mexico 3,520,800[11] Increase13.39% Increase3
22 José María Córdova International Airport Medellín  Colombia 3,511,668[3] Increase16.80% Decrease1
23 Salgado Filho International Airport Porto Alegre  Brazil 3,327,894[17] Increase2.32% Decrease4
24 Deputado Luís Eduardo Magalhães International Airport Salvador  Brazil 3,233,032[18] Decrease3.13% Decrease2
25 Pinto Martins – Fortaleza International Airport Fortaleza  Brazil 2,935,153[17] Increase20.21% Steady

2018[edit]

Latin America 25 busiest airports by passenger traffic[edit]

Rank Airport City served Country Passengers Annual
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Position
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1 Mexico City International Airport Mexico City  Mexico 47,700,547[19] Increase6.63% Steady
2 São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport São Paulo  Brazil 42,831,981[20] Increase13.41% Steady
3 El Dorado International Airport Bogotá  Colombia 32,716,468[21] Increase5.57% Steady
4 Cancún International Airport Cancún  Mexico 25,202,016[22] Increase6.78% Steady
5 Jorge Chávez International Airport Lima  Peru 23,723,193[23] Increase7.61% Steady
6 Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport Santiago  Chile 23,324,306[24] Increase8.86% Increase1
7 São Paulo-Congonhas Airport São Paulo  Brazil 21,546,480[25] Decrease1.43% Decrease 1
8 Brasília International Airport Brasília  Brazil 17,622,873[26] Increase4.10% Steady
9 Tocumen International Airport Panama City  Panama 16,242,679[27] Increase4.01% Increase 1
10 Rio de Janeiro-Galeão International Airport Rio de Janeiro  Brazil 15,005,304[10] Decrease7.62% Decrease 1
11 Guadalajara International Airport Guadalajara  Mexico 14,351,600[28] Increase12.05% Increase 1
12 Aeroparque Jorge Newbery Buenos Aires  Argentina 13,363,000[29] Decrease3.15% Decrease 1
13 Ministro Pistarini International Airport Buenos Aires  Argentina 11,204,000[30] Increase8.49% Steady
14 Monterrey International Airport Monterrey  Mexico 10,733,186[31] Increase9.84% Increase 1
15 Tancredo Neves International Airport Belo Horizonte  Brazil 10,591,138[32] Increase4.20% Decrease 1
16 Viracopos International Airport Campinas  Brazil 9,223,074[33] Decrease1.17% Steady
17 Santos Dumont Airport Rio de Janeiro  Brazil 9,108,564 [25] Decrease1.50% Steady
18 Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport San Juan  Puerto Rico 8,373,679 [22] Decrease0.79% Steady
19 Salgado Filho International Airport Porto Alegre  Brazil 8,301,172[17] Increase3.61% Steady
20 Recife/Guararapes–Gilberto Freyre International Airport Recife  Brazil 8,158,369 [25] Increase4.91% Steady
21 José María Córdova International Airport Medellín  Colombia 8,036,411 [21] Increase5.47% Increase 1
22 Deputado Luís Eduardo Magalhães International Airport Salvador  Brazil 8,001,175[34] Increase3.64% Decrease 1
23 Punta Cana International Airport Punta Cana  Dominican Republic 7,886,586[35] Increase7.57% Steady
24 Tijuana International Airport Tijuana  Mexico 7,835,100[28] Increase10.30% Steady
25 Pinto Martins – Fortaleza International Airport Fortaleza  Brazil 6,614,227[17] Increase11.44% Increase 1

2017[edit]

Latin America 15 busiest airports by passenger traffic[edit]

Rank Airport City served Country Passengers Annual
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Position
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1 Mexico City International Airport Mexico City  Mexico 44,732,418[36] Increase7.25% Steady
2 São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport São Paulo  Brazil 37,765,898[37] Increase3.22% Steady
3 El Dorado International Airport Bogotá  Colombia 30,989,932[38] Decrease0.16% Steady
4 Cancún International Airport Cancún  Mexico 23,601,509[39] Increase10.21% Steady
5 Jorge Chávez International Airport Lima  Peru 22,046,042[40] Increase14.07% Increase1
6 São Paulo-Congonhas Airport São Paulo  Brazil 21,859,453[41] Increase5.01% Decrease1
7 Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport Santiago  Chile 21,426,871[42] Increase13.11% Steady
8 Brasília International Airport Brasília  Brazil 16,912,680[43] Decrease5.76% Steady
9 Rio de Janeiro-Galeão International Airport Rio de Janeiro  Brazil 16,243,253[44] Increase0.87% Steady
10 Tocumen International Airport Panama City  Panama 15,616,065[45] Increase5.93% Steady
11 Aeroparque Jorge Newbery Buenos Aires  Argentina 13,797,710[46] Increase18.27% Steady
12 Guadalajara International Airport Guadalajara  Mexico 12,808,000[47] Increase12.39% Steady
13 Ministro Pistarini International Airport Buenos Aires  Argentina 10,327,203[48] Increase5.05% Steady
14 Tancredo Neves International Airport Belo Horizonte  Brazil 10,164,077[49] Increase5.49% Steady
15 Monterrey International Airport Monterrey  Mexico 9,771,630[50] Increase6.46% Increase1

2016[edit]

Latin America 15 busiest airports by passenger traffic[edit]

Rank Airport City served Country Passengers Annual
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Position
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1 Mexico City International Airport Mexico City  Mexico 41,710,254[51] Increase8.53% Increase 1
2 São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport São Paulo  Brazil 36,596,326[52] Decrease6.13% Decrease 1
3 El Dorado International Airport Bogotá  Colombia 31,041,841[53] Increase3.62% Steady
4 Cancún International Airport Cancún  Mexico 21,415,795[54] Increase9.28% Increase 1
5 São Paulo-Congonhas Airport São Paulo  Brazil 20,816,957[55] Increase7.97% Increase 1
6 Jorge Chávez International Airport Lima  Peru 19,286,158[56] Increase9.73% Increase 1
7 Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport Santiago  Chile 18,943,231[57] Increase9.94% Increase 1
8 Brasília International Airport Brasília  Brazil 17,947,153[58] Decrease9.46% Decrease 4
9 Rio de Janeiro-Galeão International Airport Rio de Janeiro  Brazil 16,103,011[59] Decrease4.95% Steady
10 Tocumen International Airport Panama City  Panama 14,741,937[60] Increase9.73% Steady
11 Aeroparque Jorge Newbery Buenos Aires  Argentina 11,666,528[61] Increase7.76% Increase 1
12 Guadalajara International Airport Guadalajara  Mexico 11,395,800[62] Increase16.78% Increase 2
13 Ministro Pistarini International Airport Buenos Aires  Argentina 9,831,127[61] Increase7.70% Increase 3
14 Tancredo Neves International Airport Belo Horizonte  Brazil 9,635,314[63] Decrease14.76% Decrease 3
15 Viracopos International Airport Campinas  Brazil 9,325,252[64] Decrease9.68% Decrease 2

2015[edit]

Latin America 10 busiest airports by passenger traffic[edit]

Rank Airport City served Country Passengers Annual
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Position
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1 São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport São Paulo  Brazil 38,984,587 Decrease1.39% Steady
2 Mexico City International Airport Mexico City  Mexico 38,433,078 Increase12.20% Steady
3 El Dorado International Airport Bogotá  Colombia 29,956,551 Increase9.20% Steady
4 Brasília International Airport Brasília  Brazil 19,821,796 Increase9.23% Steady
5 Cancún International Airport Cancún  Mexico 19,596,485 Increase12.3% Increase 1
6 São Paulo-Congonhas Airport São Paulo  Brazil 19,279,644 Increase6.31% Decrease 1
7 Jorge Chávez International Airport Lima  Peru 17,575,919 Increase8.69% Increase 1
8 Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport Santiago  Chile 17,230,567 Increase7.23% Increase 1
9 Rio de Janeiro-Galeão International Airport Rio de Janeiro  Brazil 16,942,229 Decrease2.17% Decrease 2
10 Tocumen International Airport Panama City  Panama 13,434,673 Increase5.10% Steady

2014[edit]

Latin America 10 busiest airports by passenger traffic[edit]

Rank Airport City served Country Passengers Annual
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Position
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1 São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport São Paulo  Brazil 39,573,000 Increase8.53% Steady
2 Mexico City International Airport Mexico City  Mexico 34,255,739 Increase8.62% Steady
3 El Dorado International Airport Bogotá  Colombia 27,430,266 Increase9.67% Steady
4 Brasília International Airport Brasília  Brazil 18,146,405 Increase10.04% Increase 2
5 São Paulo-Congonhas Airport São Paulo  Brazil 18,134,768 Increase5.93% Decrease 1
6 Cancún International Airport Cancún  Mexico 17,455,353 Increase9.35% Increase 1
7 Rio de Janeiro-Galeão International Airport Rio de Janeiro  Brazil 17,261,873 Increase0.85% Decrease 2
8 Jorge Chávez International Airport Lima  Peru 16,170,035 Increase8.45% Increase 1
9 Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport Santiago  Chile 16,068,242 Increase4.93% Decrease 1
10 Tocumen International Airport[65] Panama City  Panama 12,782,167 Increase64.20% Increase 9

2013[edit]

Latin America 10 busiest airports by passenger traffic[edit]

Rank Airport City served Country Passengers Annual
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Position
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1 São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport São Paulo  Brazil 36,460,923 Increase13.31% Steady
2 Mexico City International Airport Mexico City  Mexico 31,534,638 Increase6.93% Steady
3 El Dorado International Airport Bogotá  Colombia 25,009,483 Increase11.02% Steady
4 São Paulo-Congonhas Airport São Paulo  Brazil 17,119,530 Increase2.04% Increase 1
5 Rio de Janeiro-Galeão International Airport Rio de Janeiro  Brazil 17,115,368 Decrease2.15% Decrease 1
6 Brasília International Airport Brasília  Brazil 16,489,987 Increase5.26% Steady
7 Cancún International Airport Cancún  Mexico 15,962,162 Increase10.36% Steady
8 Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport Santiago  Chile 15,312,649 Increase8.07% Steady
9 Jorge Chávez International Airport Lima  Peru 14,908,772 Increase11.84% Steady
10 Simón Bolívar International Airport Caracas  Venezuela 11,230,000 Increase7.66% Steady

2012[edit]

Latin America 20 busiest airports by passenger traffic[edit]

Rank Airport City served Country Passengers Annual
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Position
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1 São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport São Paulo  Brazil 32,177,594[66] Increase9.24% Steady
2 Mexico City International Airport Mexico City  Mexico 29,491,553 Increase11.84% Steady
3 El Dorado International Airport Bogotá  Colombia 22,525,873 Increase10.27% Steady
4 Rio de Janeiro-Galeão International Airport Rio de Janeiro  Brazil 17,491,744[66] Increase17.08% Increase2
5 São Paulo-Congonhas Airport São Paulo  Brazil 16,775,785[66] Increase0.11% Decrease1
6 Brasília International Airport Brasília  Brazil 15,665,045[66] Increase3.2% Decrease1
7 Cancún International Airport Cancún  Mexico 14,463,435 Increase11.1% Steady
8 Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport Santiago  Chile 14,168,282 Increase17.3% Steady
9 Jorge Chávez International Airport Lima  Peru 13,330,290 Increase11.7% Steady
10 Simón Bolívar International Airport Caracas  Venezuela 10,430,243 Increase9.67% Increase1
11 Tancredo Neves International Airport Belo Horizonte  Brazil 10,390,396[66] Increase9.05% Decrease1
12 Santos Dumont Airport Rio de Janeiro  Brazil 9,002,863[66] Increase5.43% Steady
13 Ministro Pistarini International Airport Buenos Aires  Argentina 8,880,289 Increase7.27% Increase1
14 Viracopos International Airport Campinas / São Paulo  Brazil 8,858,380[66] Increase17.04% Increase4
15 Jorge Newbery Airport Buenos Aires  Argentina 8,849,465 Increase8.54% Increase1
16 Deputado Luís Eduardo Magalhães International Airport Salvador  Brazil 8,811,540[66] Increase4.96% Decrease2
17 Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport San Juan  Puerto Rico 8,448,172 Increase5.7% Decrease4
18 Salgado Filho International Airport Porto Alegre  Brazil 8,261,355[66] Increase5.45% Decrease1
19 Guadalajara International Airport Guadalajara  Mexico 7,436,400 Increase3.3% Steady
20 Afonso Pena International Airport Curitiba  Brazil 6,828,334 Decrease2.03% Steady

2011[edit]

Latin America 20 busiest airports by passenger traffic[edit]

Rank Airport City served Country Passengers Annual
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Position
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1 São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport São Paulo Brazil 30,003,428[67] Increase11.75% Steady
2 Mexico City International Airport Mexico City Mexico 26,368,861 Increase9.28% Steady
3 El Dorado International Airport Bogotá Colombia 20,427,603 Increase7.89% Steady
4 Congonhas-São Paulo Airport São Paulo Brazil 16,756,452[67] Increase8.11% Steady
5 Brasília International Airport Brasília Brazil 15,398,737[67] Increase7.18% Steady
6 Rio de Janeiro-Galeão International Airport Rio de Janeiro Brazil 14,952,830[68] Increase22.27% Increase1
7 Cancún International Airport Cancún Mexico 13,022,481 Increase4.69% Decrease1
8 Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport Santiago Chile 12,989,318 Increase17.40% Steady
9 Jorge Chávez International Airport Lima Peru 11,904,553 Increase15.82% Steady
10 Tancredo Neves International Airport Belo Horizonte Brazil 9,639,332[67] Increase32.75% Increase6
11 Simón Bolívar International Airport Maiquetia Venezuela 9,509,874 Increase7.69% Decrease1
12 Santos Dumont Airport Rio de Janeiro Brazil 8,515,021 Increase8.85% Increase1
13 Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport San Juan Puerto Rico 8,423,102 Decrease0.3% Decrease1
14 Deputado Luís Eduardo Magalhães International Airport Salvador Brazil 8,310,651 Increase7.98% Increase1
15 Ministro Pistarini International Airport Buenos Aires Argentina 8,278,159 Decrease5.79% Decrease3
16 Jorge Newbery Airport Buenos Aires Argentina 8,162,809 Increase7.5% Steady
17 Salgado Filho International Airport Porto Alegre Brazil 7,834,312[67] Increase17.3% Increase1
18 Viracopos International Airport Campinas Brazil 7,568,384[67] Increase39.3% Increase3
19 Guadalajara International Airport Guadalajara Mexico 7,190,998 Increase3.4% Decrease2
20 Afonso Pena International Airport Curitiba Brazil 6,969,484 Increase20.7% Decrease1

2010[edit]

Latin America 20 busiest airports by passenger traffic[edit]

Rank Airport City served Country Passengers Annual
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Position
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1 São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport São Paulo Brazil 26,849,185[68] Increase23.5% Increase1
2 Mexico City International Airport Mexico City Mexico 24,130,535 Decrease0.004% Decrease1
3 El Dorado International Airport Bogotá Colombia 18,934,203 Increase27.1% Steady
4 Congonhas-São Paulo Airport São Paulo Brazil 15,499,462[68] Increase13.1% Steady
5 Brasília International Airport Brasília Brazil 14,367,061[68] Increase17.6% Steady
6 Cancún International Airport Cancún Mexico 12,439,266 Increase11.3% Increase1
7 Rio de Janeiro-Galeão International Airport Rio de Janeiro Brazil 12,229,513[68] Increase3.4% Decrease1
8 Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport Santiago Chile 11,064,487 Increase22.6% Steady
9 Jorge Chávez International Airport Lima Peru 10,278,493 Increase17.0% Steady
10 Simón Bolívar International Airport Maiquetia Venezuela 8,830,688 Increase0.65% Steady
11 Ministro Pistarini International Airport Buenos Aires Argentina 8,786,807 Increase10.87% Increase1
12 Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport San Juan Puerto Rico 8,491,257 Increase2.98% Decrease1
13 Santos Dumont Airport Rio de Janeiro Brazil 7,822,848[68] Increase53.4% Increase7
14 Deputado Luís Eduardo Magalhães International Airport Salvador Brazil 7,696,307[68] Increase9.13% Decrease1
15 Jorge Newbery Airport Buenos Aires Argentina 7,558,149 Increase16.47% Decrease1
16 Tancredo Neves International Airport Belo Horizonte Brazil 7,261,064[68] Increase29.26% Steady
17 Guadalajara International Airport Guadalajara Mexico 6,953,900 Increase7.8% Decrease2
18 Salgado Filho International Airport Porto Alegre Brazil 6,676,216[68] Increase19.1% Decrease1
19 Guararapes International Airport Recife Brazil 5,958,982[68] Increase13.49% Decrease1
20 Afonso Pena International Airport Curitiba Brazil 5,774,155 Increase18.97% Increase1

2009[edit]

Latin America 20 busiest airports by passenger traffic[edit]

Rank Airport Location Passengers Annual
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Position
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1 Mexico City International Airport Mexico City 24,243,056 Decrease7.5% Steady
2 São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport São Paulo 21,727,642[69] Increase6.5% Steady
3 El Dorado International Airport Bogotá 14,899,199 Increase10.7% Increase1
4 Congonhas-São Paulo Airport São Paulo 13,699,657[69] Increase0.2% Decrease1
5 Brasília International Airport Brasília 12,213,825[69] Increase16.9% Increase2
6 Rio de Janeiro-Galeão International Airport Rio de Janeiro 11,828,656[69] Increase10.3% Steady
7 Cancún International Airport Cancún 11,174,908 Decrease11.6% Decrease2
8 Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport Santiago 9,024,611 Increase0.1% Increase1
9 Jorge Chávez International Airport Lima 8,786,973 Increase6.0% Increase2
10 Simón Bolívar International Airport Maiquetia 8,773,461 Decrease2.2% Steady
11 Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport San Juan 8,245,895 Decrease12.1% Decrease3
12 Ministro Pistarini International Airport Buenos Aires 7,924,759 Decrease1.1% Steady
13 Deputado Luís Eduardo Magalhães International Airport Salvador 7,052,720[69] Increase17.2% Increase2
14 Jorge Newbery Airport Buenos Aires 6,489,066 Increase14.1% Increase2
15 Guadalajara International Airport Guadalajara 6,453,100 Decrease10.2% Decrease2
16 Tancredo Neves International Airport Belo Horizonte 5,617,171[69] Increase8.2% Increase1
17 Salgado Filho International Airport Porto Alegre 5,607,703[69] Increase13.7% Increase1
18 Guararapes International Airport Recife 5,250,565[69] Increase12.2% Increase1
19 General Mariano Escobedo International Airport Monterrey 5,199,895 Decrease21.0% Decrease5
20 Santos Dumont Airport Rio de Janeiro 5,099,643[69] Increase40.5% Increase1

2008[edit]

Latin America 15 busiest airports by passenger traffic[edit]

Rank Airport Location Passengers Annual
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1 Mexico City International Airport Mexico City 26,210,217 Increase1.3%
2 São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport São Paulo 20,400,304[70] Increase8.54%
3 Congonhas-São Paulo Airport São Paulo 13,672,301[70] Decrease10.43%
4 El Dorado International Airport Bogotá 13,456,331 Increase4.90%
5 Cancún International Airport Cancún 12,646,512 Increase11.5%
6 Rio de Janeiro-Galeão International Airport Rio de Janeiro 10,717,120[70] Increase3.52%
7 Brasília International Airport Brasília 10,443,393[70] Decrease6.08%
8 Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport San Juan 9,378,924 Decrease9.9%
9 Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport Santiago 9,017,718 Increase7.38%
10 Simón Bolívar International Airport Maiquetia 8,975,897 Increase7.4%
11 Jorge Chávez International Airport Lima 8,285,688 Increase10.4%
12 Ministro Pistarini International Airport Buenos Aires 8,012,794 Increase7.01%
13 Guadalajara International Airport Guadalajara 7,193,200 Decrease1.9%
14 General Mariano Escobedo International Airport Monterrey 6,586,200 Increase0.4%
15 Deputado Luís Eduardo Magalhães International Airport Salvador 6,042,307[70] Increase4.2%

See also[edit]

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