|Rank in 2000||Gateway airport||1990||1992||1994||1996||1998||2000||Percentage change, 1990–2000||Annual growth rate(percent)|
|Total, all U.S. international airports||84,864||89,875||98,598||113,269||125,360||143,537||69.1||5.4|
|1||New York JFK||16,144||14,404||15,154||16,697||17,201||18,444||14.3||1.3|
|2||Los Angeles LAX||9,010||10,543||12,365||14,020||14,933||17,116||90.0||6.6|
|New York JFK, percentage of total||19.0||16.0||15.4||14.7||13.7||12.8|
|Los Angeles LAX, percentage of total||10.6||11.7||12.5||12.4||11.9||11.9|
NOTE: International passengers are residents of any country traveling nonstop to and from the United States on U.S. and foreign carriers that operate aircaft with 60 seats or more. These data are from forms T-100 and T-100F, which measure all traffic arriving at and departing from U.S. airports on nonstop commercial international flights with 60 seats or more.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Office of Airline Information, Segment T-100 and T-100F data, 2001.