Figure 7 Top 20 U.S. Gateways for Nonstop Bidirectional International Air Travel: 1990 and 2000

Figure 7
Top 20 U.S. Gateways for Nonstop Bidirectional International Air Travel: 1990 and 2000

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Rank in 2000 U.S. airport 1990 2000
  Total U.S. international passengers 84,864,396 143,537,419
1 New York JFK 16,143,851 18,444,450
2 Los Angeles 9,010,016 17,116,043
3 Miami 9,873,439 16,628,621
4 Chicago O'Hare 4,776,722 10,185,065
5 Newark 2,370,708 8,793,837
6 San Francisco 3,979,428 7,846,367
7 Atlanta Hartsfield 1,840,145 6,113,827
8 Houston 2,195,249 5,356,792
9 Honolulu 5,742,824 5,126,024
10 Dallas-Ft. Worth 2,674,973 4,811,893
11 Boston Logan 3,029,547 4,057,619
12 Detroit 1,460,336 3,929,353
13 Washington Dulles 1,260,053 3,895,757
14 Minneapolis-St. Paul 755,362 2,875,115
15 Guam Island 1,352,867 2,840,667
16 Philadelphia 774,577 2,553,962
17 San Juan 2,028,620 2,501,400
18 Orlando 1,326,729 2,353,796
19 Seattle 1,759,527 2,202,421
20 New York LaGuardia 1,456,361 1,315,059

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Office of Airline Information, T-100 Segment data, 2001.