3-12 Top 20 World Airports by Passenger Movements: 2009 and 2010

3-12 Top 20 World Airports by Passenger Movements: 2009 and 2010

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

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2010 Rank City (Airport) 2009 2010 % change 2009-2010
1 Atlanta, GA (Hartsfield) 88,032 89,332 1.5
2 Beijing, China (Beijing Capital) 65,372 73,948 13.1
3 Chicago, IL (O'Hare) 64,158 66,775 4.1
4 London, England (Heathrow) 66,038 65,884 -0.2
5 Tokyo, Japan (Haneda) 61,904 64,211 3.7
6 Los Angeles, CA (Los Angeles) 56,521 59,070 4.5
7 Paris, France (Charles de Gaulle) 57,907 58,167 0.4
8 Dallas/Ft Worth, TX (Dallas/Ft. Worth) 56,030 56,907 1.6
9 Frankfurt, Germany (Frankfurt) 50,933 53,009 4.1
10 Denver, CO (Denver) 50,167 52,209 4.1
11 Hong Kong, China (Hong Kong) 45,559 50,349 10.5
12 Madrid, Spain (Barajas) 48,251 49,845 3.3
13 Dubai, United Arab Emirates (Dubai) 40,902 47,181 15.4
14 New York, NY (JFK) 45,915 46,514 1.3
15 Amsterdam, Netherlands (Schiphol) 43,570 45,212 3.8
16 Jakarta, Indonesia (SoekarnoHatta) 37,144 44,356 19.4
17 Bangkok, Thailand (Suvarnabhumi) 40,500 42,785 5.6
18 Changi, Singapore (Singapore) 37,204 42,039 13.0
19 Guangzhou, China (Guangzhou Baiyun) 37,049 40,976 10.6
20 Shanghai, China (Shanghai Pudong) 32,103 40,579 26.4

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

Notes: Airports include those participating in the ACI annual traffic statistics collection as of Aug. 1, 2011. Airports are ranked based on 2010 data. The value in the third column is the percent change in passengers enplaned, deplaned, and in-transit from 2009 to 2010.

Source: Airports Council International, Annual Traffic Data, 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 September 2011.