Top 10 busiest airports in the world – first half of 2018
Beijing Capital International Airport is still the world’s second-busiest airport by passenger traffic, witnessing with nearly 50 million passengers passing through in the first half of this year. This from the Civil Aviation Data Analysis, a civil aviation data platform based in Shanghai.
The list, comprising 17 international airports around the world, ranks airports in terms of passenger traffic as of the end of June.
So where is the world’s busiest airport?
Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport remains the world’s busiest airport, with passenger traffic of 52.64 million in the first six months, while Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi saw the fastest growth of passengers with an increase of traffic of 13.41 percent.
No 10 – Indira Gandhi International Airport
Total passengers: 35.04 million
No 9 – Shanghai Pudong International Airport
Total passengers: 36.69 million
No 8 – Hong Kong International Airport
Total passengers: 36.91 million
No 7 – London Heathrow Airport
Total passengers: 38.07 million
No 6 – O’Hare International Airport, Chicago
Total passengers: 39.45 million
No 5 – Tokyo Haneda Airport
Total passengers: 41.06 million
No 4 – Los Angeles International Airport
Total passengers: 42.68 million
No 3 – Dubai International Airport
Total passengers: 43.74 million
No 2 – Beijing Capital International Airport
Total passengers: 49.38 million
No 1 – Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport
Total passengers: 52.64 million
PHOTO: Passengers are waiting in the terminal of the Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Dec 17, 2017 – VCG
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