List of the busiest airports in North America

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This is a list of the 50 busiest airports in North America. List is ranked by total passengers per year. Data is sourced from annual reports provided by Airports Council International. Tables also show the percentage change in total passengers for each airport as well as change in ranking in comparison to the previous year. Historic rankings dating back to 2013 are also presented.

2018[edit]

2018 North American Top airports[1]
Rank Rank

change

17-18

Airport City served Country Passengers Annual
change
1 Steady Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport Atlanta  United States 107,394,029 Increase3.33%
2 Steady Los Angeles International Airport Los Angeles  United States 87,534,384 Increase3.52%
3 Steady O'Hare International Airport Chicago  United States 83,245,472 Increase4.28%
4 Steady Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Dallas-Fort Worth  United States 69,112,607 Increase3.01%
5 Steady Denver International Airport Denver  United States 64,494,613 Increase5.08%
6 Steady John F. Kennedy International Airport New York City  United States 61,623,756 Increase3.61%
7 Steady San Francisco International Airport San Francisco  United States 57,738,840 Increase3.43%
8 Steady McCarran International Airport Las Vegas  United States 49,863,090 Increase2.67%
9 Increase1 Seattle–Tacoma International Airport Seattle-Tacoma  United States 49,849,520 Increase6.21%
10 Decrease1 Toronto Pearson International Airport Toronto  Canada 49,507,418 Increase5.04%
11 Increase1 Mexico City International Airport Mexico City  Mexico[2] 47,700,547 Increase6.64%
12 Increase1 Orlando International Airport Orlando  United States 47,696,627 Increase6.92%
13 Decrease2 Charlotte Douglas International Airport Charlotte  United States 46,447,638 Increase1.17%
14 Increase2 Newark Liberty International Airport Newark  United States 45,851,434 Increase6.08%
15 Decrease1 Miami International Airport Miami  United States 45,044,312 Increase2.21%
16 Decrease1 Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport Phoenix  United States 44,943,686 Increase2.33%
17 Steady George Bush Intercontinental Airport Houston  United States 43,807,539 Increase7.65%
18 Steady Logan International Airport Boston  United States 41,014,471 Increase6.66%
19 Steady Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport Minneapolis-Saint Paul  United States 38,107,381 Increase0.19%
20 Increase1 Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport Fort Lauderdale  United States 35,963,370 Increase10.62%
21 Decrease1 Detroit Metropolitan Airport Detroit  United States 35,236,676 Increase1.54%
22 Steady Philadelphia International Airport Philadelphia  United States 31,691,956 Increase7.12%
23 Steady LaGuardia Airport New York City  United States 30,094,074 Increase1.80%
24 Steady Baltimore–Washington International Airport Baltimore-Washington  United States 27,130,655 Increase2.89%
25 Steady Vancouver International Airport Vancouver  Canada 26,015,573 Increase6.93%
26 Steady Salt Lake City International Airport Salt Lake City  United States 25,554,244 Increase5.60%
27 Steady Cancún International Airport Cancún  Mexico[2] 25,202,016 Increase6.78%
28 Increase3 San Diego International Airport San Diego  United States 24,238,300 Increase9.31%
29 Steady Dulles International Airport Washington  United States 23,905,282 Increase5.23%
30 Decrease2 Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport Washington  United States 23,430,564 Decrease1.82%
31 Decrease1 Midway International Airport Chicago  United States 22,027,737 Decrease1.93%
32 Increase1 Tampa International Airport Tampa  United States 21,289,390 Increase8.48%
33 Decrease1 Daniel K. Inouye International Airport Honolulu  United States 20,866,873 Decrease2.39%
34 Steady Portland International Airport Portland  United States 19,882,788 Increase4.20%
35 Steady Montréal-Trudeau International Airport Montréal  Canada 19,425,488 Increase6.97%
36 Steady Calgary International Airport Calgary  Canada 17,343,402 Increase6.56%
37 Steady Dallas Love Field Dallas  United States 16,229,151 Increase3.22%
38 Increase1 Nashville International Airport Nashville  United States 15,996,029 Increase13.18%
39 Increase1 Austin–Bergstrom International Airport Austin  United States 15,819,912 Increase13.90%
40 Decrease2 St. Louis Lambert International Airport St. Louis  United States 15,632,586 Increase6.12%
41 Steady William P. Hobby Airport Houston  United States 14,476,469 Increase7.75%
42 Increase1 Guadalajara International Airport Guadalajara  Mexico[2] 14,340,152 Increase12.21%
43 Increase1 San Jose International Airport San Jose  United States 14,319,292 Increase14.74%
44 Decrease2 Oakland International Airport Oakland  United States 13,594,251 Increase3.99%
45 Steady Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport New Orleans  United States 13,122,762 Increase7.20%
46 Steady Raleigh–Durham International Airport Raleigh, Durham  United States 12,801,697 Increase9.68%
47 Increase1 Sacramento International Airport Sacramento  United States 12,050,763 Increase10.44%
48 Decrease1 Kansas City International Airport Kansas City  United States 11,850,839 Increase3.02%
49 Increase1 Monterrey International Airport Monterrey  Mexico[2] 10,733,186 Increase10.84%
50 Decrease1 John Wayne Airport Orange County  United States 10,664,038 Increase2.31%

2017[edit]

2017 North American Top airports[3]
Rank Rank

change

16-17

Airport City served Country Passengers Annual
change
1 Steady Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport Atlanta  United States 103,902,992 Decrease0.26%
2 Steady Los Angeles International Airport Los Angeles  United States 84,557,968 Increase4.49%
3 Steady O'Hare International Airport Chicago  United States 79,828,183 Increase2.40%
4 Steady Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Dallas-Fort Worth  United States 67,092,194 Increase2.28%
5 Increase1 Denver International Airport Denver  United States 61,379,396 Increase5.34%
6 Decrease1 John F. Kennedy International Airport New York City  United States 59,392,500 Increase0.49%
7 Steady San Francisco International Airport San Francisco  United States 55,822,129 Increase5.12%
8 Steady McCarran International Airport Las Vegas  United States 48,565,117 Increase2.25%
9 Increase3 Toronto Pearson International Airport Toronto  Canada 47,130,358 Increase6.31%
10 Decrease1 Seattle–Tacoma International Airport Seattle-Tacoma  United States 46,934,194 Increase2.62%
11 Steady Charlotte Douglas International Airport Charlotte  United States 45,909,899 Increase3.35%
12 Increase3 Mexico City International Airport Mexico City  Mexico[2] 44,732,418 Increase7.25%
13 Increase1 Orlando International Airport Orlando  United States 44,611,265 Increase6.41%
14 Decrease4 Miami International Airport Miami  United States 44,071,313 Decrease1.15%
15 Decrease2 Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport Phoenix  United States 43,921,670 Increase1.24%
16 Increase1 Newark Liberty International Airport Newark  United States 43,234,161 Increase6.58%
17 Decrease1 George Bush Intercontinental Airport Houston  United States 40,696,189 Decrease2.23%
18 Increase1 Logan International Airport Boston  United States 38,454,539 Increase5.77%
19 Decrease1 Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport Minneapolis-Saint Paul  United States 38,034,341 Increase1.41%
20 Steady Detroit Metropolitan Airport Detroit  United States 34,701,497 Increase0.87%
21 Increase2 Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport Fort Lauderdale  United States 32,511,053 Increase11.32%
22 Decrease1 Philadelphia International Airport Philadelphia  United States 29,585,754 Decrease1.89%
23 Decrease1 LaGuardia Airport New York City  United States 29,568,304 Decrease0.73%
24 Steady Baltimore–Washington International Airport Baltimore-Washington  United States 26,369,411 Increase4.96%
25 Increase3 Vancouver International Airport Vancouver  Canada 24,328,872 Increase8.38%
26 Steady Salt Lake City International Airport Salt Lake City  United States 24,198,816 Increase4.50%
27 Increase3 Cancún International Airport Cancún  Mexico[2] 23,601,502 Increase10.21%
28 Decrease3 Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport Washington  United States 23,863,775 Increase1.23%
29 Steady Dulles International Airport Washington  United States 22,716,399 Increase4.08%
30 Decrease3 Midway International Airport Chicago  United States 22,460,236 Decrease0.96%
31 Steady San Diego International Airport San Diego  United States 22,173,493 Increase6.98%
32 Steady Daniel K. Inouye International Airport Honolulu  United States 21,377,989 Increase7.54%
33 Steady Tampa International Airport Tampa  United States 19,624,284 Increase3.66%
34 Steady Portland International Airport Portland  United States 19,080,494 Increase3.97%
35 Steady Montréal-Trudeau International Airport Montréal  Canada 18,159,223 Increase9.47%
36 Steady Calgary International Airport Calgary  Canada 16,275,862 Increase3.80%
37 Steady Dallas Love Field Dallas  United States 15,723,617 Increase1.03%
38 Steady St. Louis Lambert International Airport St. Louis  United States 14,730,441 Increase5.53%
39 Steady Nashville International Airport Nashville  United States 14,133,829 Increase8.89%
40 Increase1 Austin–Bergstrom International Airport Austin  United States 13,889,305 Increase11.68%
41 Decrease1 William P. Hobby Airport Houston  United States 13,435,672 Increase4.08%
42 Steady Oakland International Airport Oakland  United States 13,072,245 Increase8.30%
43 Increase1 Guadalajara International Airport Guadalajara  Mexico[2] 12,779,874 Increase12.47%
44 Increase3 San Jose International Airport San Jose  United States 12,480,232 Increase15.59%
45 Decrease2 Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport New Orleans  United States 12,241,172 Increase7.79%
46 Decrease1 Raleigh–Durham International Airport Raleigh, Durham  United States 11,671,693 Increase5.63%
47 Decrease1 Kansas City International Airport Kansas City  United States 11,503,940 Increase4.19%
48 Increase1 Sacramento International Airport Sacramento  United States 10,912,079 Increase7.84%
49 Decrease1 John Wayne Airport Orange County  United States 10,423,578 Decrease0.70%
50 Steady Monterrey International Airport Monterrey  Mexico[2] 9,683,140 Increase5.50%

2016[edit]

2016 North American Top airports[4]
Rank Rank

change

15-16

Airport City served Country Passengers Annual
change
1 Steady Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport Atlanta  United States 104,171,935 Increase2.64%
2 Increase1 Los Angeles International Airport Los Angeles  United States 80,921,527 Increase7.96%
3 Decrease1 O'Hare International Airport Chicago  United States 77,960,588 Increase1.31%
4 Steady Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Dallas-Fort Worth  United States 65,670,697 Increase0.24%
5 Steady John F. Kennedy International Airport New York City  United States 59,105,513 Increase3.90%
6 Steady Denver International Airport Denver  United States 58,266,515 Increase7.87%
7 Steady San Francisco International Airport San Francisco  United States 53,099,282 Increase6.08%
8 Steady McCarran International Airport Las Vegas  United States 47,496,614 Increase4.52%
9 Increase4 Seattle–Tacoma International Airport Seattle-Tacoma  United States 45,736,700 Increase8.02%
10 Steady Miami International Airport Miami  United States 44,584,603 Increase0.53%
11 Decrease2 Charlotte Douglas International Airport Charlotte  United States 44,422,022 Decrease1.01%
12 Increase2 Toronto Pearson International Airport Toronto  Canada 44,335,198 Increase8.04%
13 Decrease2 Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport Phoenix  United States 43,302,381 Decrease1.59%
14 Increase1 Orlando International Airport Orlando  United States 41,923,399 Increase8.02%
15 Increase1 Mexico City International Airport Mexico City  Mexico[2] 41,710,254 Increase8.53%
16 Decrease4 George Bush Intercontinental Airport Houston  United States 41,622,594 Decrease3.26%
17 Steady Newark Liberty International Airport Newark  United States 40,563,285 Increase8.17%
18 Steady Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport Minneapolis-Saint Paul  United States 37,413,728 Increase2.27%
19 Steady Logan International Airport Boston  United States 36,356,917 Increase8.48%
20 Steady Detroit Metropolitan Airport Detroit  United States 34,401,254 Increase2.87%
21 Steady Philadelphia International Airport Philadelphia  United States 30,155,090 Decrease4.10%
22 Steady LaGuardia Airport New York City  United States 29,786,769 Increase4.74%
23 Steady Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport Fort Lauderdale  United States 29,205,002 Increase8.40%
24 Steady Baltimore–Washington International Airport Baltimore-Washington  United States 25,122,651 Increase5.45%
25 Steady Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport Washington  United States 23,568,586 Increase2.42%
26 Increase1 Salt Lake City International Airport Salt Lake City  United States 23,157,445 Increase4.54%
27 Decrease1 Midway International Airport Chicago  United States 22,677,859 Increase2.05%
28 Increase1 Vancouver International Airport Vancouver  Canada 22,447,883 Increase9.57%
29 Decrease1 Washington Dulles International Airport Washington  United States 21,817,340 Increase1.48%
30 Increase2 Cancún International Airport Cancún  Mexico[2] 21,415,795 Increase9.28%
31 Decrease1 San Diego International Airport San Diego  United States 20,725,801 Increase3.21%
32 Decrease1 Daniel K. Inouye International Airport Honolulu  United States 19,878,659 Increase0.05%
33 Steady Tampa International Airport Tampa  United States 18,931,922 Increase0.62%
34 Steady Portland International Airport Portland  United States 18,352,767 Increase8.91%
35 Steady Montréal-Trudeau International Airport Montréal  Canada 16,610,483 Increase7.04%
36 Steady Calgary International Airport Calgary  Canada 15,680,616 Increase1.32%
37 Steady Dallas Love Field Dallas  United States 15,562,738 Increase7.35%
38 Steady St. Louis Lambert International Airport St. Louis  United States 13,959,126 Increase9.52%
39 Increase2 Nashville International Airport Nashville  United States 12,979,803 Increase11.19%
40 Decrease1 William P. Hobby Airport Houston  United States 12,909,075 Increase6.13%
41 Decrease1 Austin–Bergstrom International Airport Austin  United States 12,436,849 Increase4.53%
42 Steady Oakland International Airport Oakland  United States 12,070,967 Increase7.73%
43 Steady Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport New Orleans  United States 11,365,487 Increase4.57%
44 Increase4 Guadalajara International Airport Guadalajara  Mexico[2] 11,362,552 Increase16.8%
45 Increase1 Raleigh–Durham International Airport Raleigh, Durham  United States 11,049,143 Increase11.12%
46 Decrease2 Kansas City International Airport Kansas City  United States 11,041,767 Increase5.44%
47 Steady San Jose International Airport San Jose  United States 10,796,725 Increase10.17%
48 Decrease3 John Wayne Airport Orange County  United States 10,496,511 Increase3.11%
49 Steady Sacramento International Airport Sacramento  United States 10,118,794 Increase5.30%
50 Increase Monterrey International Airport Monterrey  Mexico[2] 9,178,533 Increase8.46%

2015[edit]

2015 North American Top airports[5]
Rank Rank

change

14-15

Airport City served Country Passengers Annual
change
1 Steady Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport Atlanta  United States 101,491,106 Increase5.52%
2 Increase1 O'Hare International Airport Chicago  United States 76,949,504 Increase9.81%
3 Decrease1 Los Angeles International Airport Los Angeles  United States 74,937,004 Increase6.05%
4 Steady Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Dallas-Fort Worth  United States 64,074,762 Increase0.30%
5 Increase1 John F. Kennedy International Airport New York City  United States 56,827,154 Increase6.78%
6 Decrease1 Denver International Airport Denver  United States 54,014,502 Increase1.01%
7 Steady San Francisco International Airport San Francisco  United States 50,057,887 Increase6.25%
8 Increase1 McCarran International Airport Las Vegas  United States 45,443,900 Increase5.75%
9 Decrease1 Charlotte Douglas International Airport Charlotte  United States 44,876,627 Increase1.35%
10 Increase2 Miami International Airport Miami  United States 44,350,247 Increase8.33%
11 Decrease1 Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport Phoenix  United States 44,003,840 Increase4.51%
12 Decrease1 George Bush Intercontinental Airport Houston  United States 43,023,224 Increase4.29%
13 Increase1 Seattle–Tacoma International Airport Seattle-Tacoma  United States 42,340,537 Increase12.91%
14 Decrease1 Toronto Pearson International Airport Toronto  Canada 41,036,847 Increase6.39%
15 Steady Orlando International Airport Orlando  United States 38,727,749 Increase8.44%
16 Increase2 Mexico City International Airport Mexico City  Mexico[2] 38,433,078 Increase12.19%
17 Decrease1 Newark Liberty International Airport Newark  United States 37,494,704 Increase5.29%
18 Decrease1 Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport Minneapolis-Saint Paul  United States 36,582,854 Increase4.09%
19 Increase1 Logan International Airport Boston  United States 33,515,905 Increase5.87%
20 Decrease1 Detroit Metropolitan Airport Detroit  United States 33,440,112 Increase2.85%
21 Steady Philadelphia International Airport Philadelphia  United States 31,444,403 Increase2.29%
22 Steady LaGuardia Airport New York City  United States 28,437,668 Increase5.50%
23 Steady Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport Fort Lauderdale  United States 26,941,671 Increase9.30%
24 Steady Baltimore–Washington International Airport Baltimore-Washington  United States 23,823,532 Increase6.77%
25 Steady Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport Washington  United States 23,012,191 Increase10.72%
26 Increase1 Midway International Airport Chicago  United States 22,221,499 Increase4.92%
27 Decrease1 Salt Lake City International Airport Salt Lake City  United States 22,152,498 Increase4.78%
28 Steady Dulles International Airport Washington  United States 21,498,902 Increase0.37%
29 Increase1 Vancouver International Airport Vancouver  Canada 20,486,935 Increase5.16%
30 Increase1 San Diego International Airport San Diego  United States 20,081,258 Increase7.05%
31 Decrease2 Daniel K. Inouye International Airport Honolulu  United States 19,869,707 Increase1.51%
32 Increase1 Cancún International Airport Cancún  Mexico[2] 19,596,485 Increase12.27%
33 Decrease1 Tampa International Airport Tampa  United States 18,815,425 Increase7.19%
34 Steady Portland International Airport Portland  United States 16,850,952 Increase5.87%
35 Increase1 Montréal-Trudeau International Airport Montréal  Canada 15,511,116 Increase4.66%
36 Decrease1 Calgary International Airport Calgary  Canada 15,475,759 Increase1.41%
37 Increase8 Dallas Love Field Dallas  United States 14,497,498 Increase54.00%
38 Decrease1 St. Louis Lambert International Airport St. Louis  United States 12,752,331 Increase2.97%
39 Decrease1 William P. Hobby Airport Houston  United States 12,163,344 Increase1.80%
40 Steady Austin–Bergstrom International Airport Austin  United States 11,897,959 Increase11.00%
41 Decrease2 Nashville International Airport Nashville  United States 11,673,633 Increase5.74%
42 Decrease1 Oakland International Airport Oakland  United States 11,205,063 Increase8.40%
43 Steady Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport New Orleans  United States 10,868,827 Increase9.31%
44 Decrease2 Kansas City International Airport Kansas City  United States 10,472,461 Increase3.01%
45 Increase1 John Wayne Airport Orange County  United States 10,180,258 Increase8.46%
46 Decrease2 Raleigh–Durham International Airport Raleigh, Durham  United States 9,943,331 Increase4.18%
47 Steady San Jose International Airport San Jose  United States 9,799,427 Increase4.41%
48 Increase1 Guadalajara International Airport Guadalajara  Mexico[2] 9,758,516 Increase11.7%
49 Decrease1 Sacramento International Airport Sacramento  United States 9,609,880 Increase7.10%
50 Steady San Antonio International Airport San Antonio  United States 8,507,459 Increase1.65%

2014[edit]

2014 North American Top airports[6]
Rank Rank

change

13-14

Airport City served Country Passengers Annual
change
1 Steady Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport Atlanta  United States 96,178,899 Increase1.9%
2 Increase1 Los Angeles International Airport Los Angeles  United States 70,663,265 Increase6.0%
3 Decrease1 O'Hare International Airport Chicago  United States 69,999,010 Increase4.5%
4 Steady Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Dallas-Fort Worth  United States 63,554,402 Increase5.1%
5 Steady Denver International Airport Denver  United States 53,472,514 Increase1.7%
6 Steady John F. Kennedy International Airport New York City  United States 53,254,533 Increase5.6%
7 Steady San Francisco International Airport San Francisco  United States 47,114,631 Increase4.8%
8 Steady Charlotte Douglas International Airport Charlotte  United States 44,279,504 Increase1.9%
9 Steady McCarran International Airport Las Vegas  United States 42,869,517 Increase4.7%
10 Increase1 Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport Phoenix  United States 42,134,662 Increase4.4%
11 Increase1 George Bush Intercontinental Airport Houston  United States 41,239,700 Increase3.6%
12 Decrease2 Miami International Airport Miami  United States 40,941,879 Increase0.9%
13 Steady Toronto Pearson International Airport Toronto  Canada 38,572,416 Increase6.8%
14 Increase1 Seattle–Tacoma International Airport Seattle-Tacoma  United States 37,498,267 Increase7.7%
15 Increase1 Orlando International Airport Orlando  United States 35,714,091 Increase2.7%
16 Decrease2 Newark Liberty International Airport Newark  United States 35,610,759 Increase1.7%
17 Steady Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport Minneapolis-Saint Paul  United States 35 147 083 Increase3.7%
18 Increase1 Mexico City International Airport Mexico City  Mexico[2] 34,255,739 Increase8.6%
19 Decrease1 Detroit Metropolitan Airport Detroit  United States 32,513,555 Increase0.4%
20 Increase1 Logan International Airport Boston  United States 31,658,351 Increase4.7%
21 Decrease1 Philadelphia International Airport Philadelphia  United States 30,740,180 Increase0.8%
22 Steady LaGuardia Airport New York City  United States 26,954,588 Increase1.0%
23 Steady Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport Fort Lauderdale  United States 24,648,306 Increase4.6%
24 Steady Baltimore–Washington International Airport Baltimore-Washington  United States 22,312,676 Decrease0.8%
25 Increase1 Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport Washington  United States 21,420,385 Decrease1.7%
26 Increase2 Salt Lake City International Airport Salt Lake City  United States 21,141,610 Increase4.7%
27 Steady Midway International Airport Chicago  United States 21,069,564 Increase3.5%
28 Decrease3 Dulles International Airport Washington  United States 20,784,384 Increase1.9%
29 Steady Daniel K. Inouye International Airport Honolulu  United States 19,972,910 Increase1.0%
30 Steady Vancouver International Airport Vancouver  Canada 19 482 626 Increase7.5%
31 Steady San Diego International Airport San Diego  United States 18,758,751 Increase5.9%
32 Steady Tampa International Airport Tampa  United States 17,552,707 Increase3.7%
33 Steady Cancún International Airport Cancún  Mexico[2] 17,455,353 Increase9.4%
34 Steady Portland International Airport Portland  United States 15,916,512 Increase5.9%
35 Steady Calgary International Airport Calgary  Canada 15,261,108 Increase6.6%
36 Steady Montréal-Trudeau International Airport Montréal  Canada 14,821,100 Increase5.2%
37 Steady St. Louis Lambert International Airport St. Louis  United States 12,384,015 Decrease1.5%
38 Steady William P. Hobby Airport Houston  United States 11,945,825 Increase7.5%
39 Steady Nashville International Airport Nashville  United States 11,039,634 Increase6.6%
40 Steady Austin–Bergstrom International Airport Austin  United States 10,718,854 Increase7.0%
41 Increase1 Oakland International Airport Oakland  United States 10,718,854 Increase6.1%
42 Decrease1 Kansas City International Airport Kansas City  United States 10,166,881 Increase3.0%
43 Steady Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport New Orleans  United States 9,942,767 Increase6.4%
44 Increase1 Raleigh–Durham International Airport Raleigh, Durham  United States 9,463,598 Increase2.9%
45 Increase4 Dallas Love Field Dallas  United States 9,413,636 Increase11.1%
46 Decrease2 John Wayne Airport Orange County  United States 9,386,033 Increase1.7%
47 Steady San Jose International Airport San Jose  United States 9,385,212 Increase6.9%
48 Steady Sacramento International Airport Sacramento  United States 8,972,756 Increase3.3%
49 Increase2 Guadalajara International Airport Guadalajara  Mexico[2] 8,695,183 Increase7.2%
50 Steady San Antonio International Airport San Antonio  United States 8,369,628 Increase1.4%

2013[edit]

2013 North American Top airports[7]
Rank Airport City served Country Passengers Annual
change
1 Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport Atlanta  United States 94,431,224 Decrease1.1%
3 O'Hare International Airport Chicago  United States 66,777,161 Increase0.2%
2 Los Angeles International Airport Los Angeles  United States 66,667,619 Increase4.7%
4 Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Dallas-Fort Worth  United States 60,470,507 Increase3.2%
5 Denver International Airport Denver  United States 52,556,359 Decrease1.1%
6 John F. Kennedy International Airport New York City  United States 50,423,765 Increase2.3%
7 San Francisco International Airport San Francisco  United States 44,945,760 Increase1.2%
8 Charlotte Douglas International Airport Charlotte  United States 43,457,471 Increase5.4%
9 McCarran International Airport Las Vegas  United States 40,933,037 Increase0.3%
10 Miami International Airport Miami  United States 40,562,948 Increase2.8%
11 Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport Phoenix  United States 40,341,614 Decrease0.3%
12 George Bush Intercontinental Airport Houston  United States 39,799,414 Decrease0.2%
13 Toronto Pearson International Airport Toronto  Canada 36,109,469 Increase3.4%
14 Newark Liberty International Airport Newark  United States 35,016,236 Increase2.9%
15 Seattle–Tacoma International Airport Seattle-Tacoma  United States 34,826,741 Increase4.8%
16 Orlando International Airport Orlando  United States 34,768,945 Decrease1.5%
17 Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport Minneapolis-Saint Paul  United States 33,892,074 Increase2.2%
18 Detroit Metropolitan Airport Detroit  United States 32,389,544 Increase0.5%
19 Mexico City International Airport Mexico City  Mexico[2] 31,534,638 Increase6.9%
20 Philadelphia International Airport Philadelphia  United States 30,504,112 Increase0.8%
21 Logan International Airport Boston  United States 30,235,850 Increase3.3%
22 LaGuardia Airport New York City  United States 26,722,183 Increase3.9%
23 Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport Fort Lauderdale  United States 23,559,779 Decrease0.04%
24 Baltimore–Washington International Airport Baltimore-Washington  United States 22,498,353 Decrease0.8%
25 Dulles International Airport Washington  United States 21,796,326 Decrease2.7%
26 Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport Washington  United States 20,392,671 Increase3.9%
27 Midway International Airport Chicago  United States 20,362,601 Increase4.9%
28 Salt Lake City International Airport Salt Lake City  United States 20,186,474 Increase0.4%
29 Daniel K. Inouye International Airport Honolulu  United States 19,776,751 Increase2.5%
30 Vancouver International Airport Vancouver  Canada 18,117,835 Increase2.1%
31 San Diego International Airport San Diego  United States 17,710,241 Increase2.7%
32 Tampa International Airport Tampa  United States 16,920,086 Increase0.6%
33 Cancún International Airport Cancún  Mexico[2] 15,962,162 Increase10.4%
34 Portland International Airport Portland  United States 15,029,569 Increase4.4%
35 Calgary International Airport Calgary  Canada 14,314,364 Increase4.9%
36 Montréal-Trudeau International Airport Montréal  Canada 14,095,182 Increase2.1%
37 St. Louis Lambert International Airport St. Louis  United States 12,570,128 Decrease0.9%
38 William P. Hobby Airport Houston  United States 11,109,449 Increase6.4%
39 Nashville International Airport Nashville  United States 10,351,709 Increase5.3%
40 Austin–Bergstrom International Airport Austin  United States 10,017,958 Increase6.2%
41 Kansas City International Airport Kansas City  United States 9,872,314 Decrease1.3%
42 Oakland International Airport Oakland  United States 9,742,887 Decrease3.0%
43 Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport New Orleans  United States 9,344,806 Increase7.0%
44 John Wayne Airport Orange County  United States 9,232,789 Increase4.2%
45 Raleigh–Durham International Airport Raleigh, Durham  United States 9,197,760 Decrease0.2%
46 Cleveland Hopkins International Airport Cleveland  United States 9,072,126 Increase0.7%
47 San Jose International Airport San Jose  United States 8,783,319 Increase5.9%
48 Sacramento International Airport Sacramento  United States 8,685,368 Decrease2.5%
49 Dallas Love Field Dallas  United States 8,470,586 Increase3.6%
50 San Antonio International Airport San Antonio  United States 8,252,330 Increase0.1%

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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