4-7a Top 20 World Airports by Passenger Movements1: 2005 and 2006

4-7a Top 20 World Airports by Passenger Movements1: 2005 and 2006

(Thousands of passengers enplaned, deplaned and in-transit at airport)

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2006 Rank City (Airport) 2005 2006 % change 2005-2006
1 Atlanta, GA (Hartsfield) 85,907 84,847 -1.2
2 Chicago, IL (O'Hare) 76,510 77,028 0.7
3 London, England (Heathrow) 67,915 67,530 -0.6
4 Tokyo, Japan (Narita) 63,282 65,811 4.0
5 Los Angeles, CA (Los Angeles) 61,489 61,041 -0.7
6 Dallas/Ft Worth, TX (Dallas/Ft. Worth) 59,176 60,226 1.8
7 Paris, France (Charles de Gaulle) 53,798 56,850 5.7
8 Frankfurt, Germany (Frankfurt) 52,219 52,811 1.1
9 Beijing, China (Beijing Capital) 41,004 48,655 18.7
10 Denver, CO (Denver) 43,388 47,325 9.1
11 Las Vegas, NV (McCarran) 43,990 46,193 5.0
12 Amsterdam, Netherlands (Schiphol) 44,163 46,066 4.3
13 Madrid, Spain (Barajas) 41,940 45,501 8.5
14 Hong Kong, China (Hong Kong) 40,270 43,858 8.9
15 New York, NY (John F. Kennedy) 41,885 43,762 4.5
16 Bangkok, Thailand (Suvarnabhumi) 38,985 42,800 9.8
17 Houston, TX (George Bush) 39,685 42,550 7.2
18 Phoenix, AZ (Phoenix Sky Harbor) 41,214 41,437 0.5
19 Newark, NJ (Newark Liberty) 34,000 36,724 8.0
20 Detroit, MI (Wayne County) 36,389 35,973 -1.1

1 Passenger movements include enplanements and deplanements, with in-transit passengers counted once. Both domestic and international passenger movements are included. General aviation passengers are excluded.

Source: Airports Council International. Airports include those participating in the ACI annual traffic statistics collection as of July 18, 2007. Available at: http://www.airports.org/cda/aci_common/display/main/aci_content07_c.jsp?zn=aci&cp=1-5-54-55_666_2__ as of Jan 15, 2008.