The top 10 busiest airports in the world

The list is asked for the airport’s council international annual figures and is measured by total passenger count and the current year.

No 10: Frankfurt Airport Germany:

Frankfurt Airport is a key International Airport situated in Frankfurt. The fifth-largest city in Germany. It is the busiest airport by passenger traffic in Germany. As well as the fourth busiest in Europe. The airport is also the 10th busiest worldwide with 70 million passengers using the airport in 2018. It is also the busiest airport in Europe by cargo traffic. After the beginning of World War two in 1939, all foreign airlines left the airport. The airlines of world war ii destroyed the runway system air strike in 1944. After the German surrender, the war in Europe ended the US army built a new runway at Frankfurt Airport to make it operational.

No 09: Indira Gandhi International Airport India:

Indira Gandhi International Airport distributes as the primary civilian aviation hub for the National Capital Region of Delhi, India. The airport spread over an area of five thousand 106 acres. It named after former Prime Minister of India Indira Gandhi. It is the busiest airport in India in terms of passenger traffic since 2009. In the calendar year 2019 it is the ninth busiest airport in the world. And sixth busiest airport in Asia by traffic handling nearly 70 million passengers. The airport was rated as the best airport in the world in the 25 to 40 million passenger category in 2015 by airports council international.

No 08: Amsterdam Airport Schiphol:

The eighth busiest airport in our list is the Amsterdam Airport. Which is the main international airport in the Netherlands? It is the third busiest airport in Europe in terms of passenger volume. It also ranks as the world’s fifth-busiest by International passenger traffic. 71 million passengers pass through the airport in 2018. Schiphol opened on 16 September 1916 as a military airbase. During world war ii, he was captured by the German military and was destroyed through bombing. But at the end of the war, the airfield was restored quickly.

No 07: Paris Charles De Gaulle Airport:

The seventh busiest airport in the world is the Charles De Gaulle Airport. This French airport is situated in Paris. It is named after the formal president of France Charles De Gaulle. It is the second biggest airport in France. Handled over 72 million passengers. This airport has kept its sport in the top ten airports around the world with an increase of four percent since 2017. According to statistics, CDG is the second busiest airport in Europe.

No 06: Hong Kon International Airport:

Declared the busiest airport as per annual cargo in 2017. Hong Kong International Airport is the world’s of the eighth busiest airport as per passenger count. Its passenger count has shown an increase of 2.6 percent since 2017. Now it has handled more than 74.5 million passengers. Locally known as Shek Lap Kok Airport. It was developed as an alternative to Hong Kong International Airport in 1998. Since then it is the biggest airport in the Hong Kong region. With the world’s third-largest terminal it is a hub for several big passenger and cargo airlines.

No 05: London Heathrow :

With a huge zone of five terminals, the seventh busiest airport in the world is the London Heathrow Airport. With an increase of 2.7 percent since 2007 this airport has made into the top ten this year. It is handled over 80 million passengers and it is the busiest airport in the whole of Europe. Developed back in the 1920s, this airport has been used for decades before it was opened for civilian operations and was named Heathrow in 1996. Today this airport acts as a primary hub for the biggest British airline, British Airways.

No 04: Tokyo Haneda Airport:

The fifth busiest airport in the world is that. Haneda Airport located at OTA Tokyo. This airport has dropdown from his previous position in the list, because of a mere increase of 2 percent in the passenger count. Now it handles over 87 million passengers worldwide and is one of the two biggest airports covering the Tokyo metropolitan region. It was a domestic airport till 2010. But after the development of a huge international terminal. It has found its place in the bigger list. Now, affairs the title being the third busiest city airport in the world as well.

No 03: Dubai International Airport:

The third busiest airport in the world is Dubai International Airport. With an increase of one percent since 2017 this airport has now crossed more than 90 million passengers. Situated in Algar Han it is one of the two international airports that serve Dubai. In 2017 it was ranked as the sixth busiest airport as per cargo traffic. It has three terminal with first who having a capacity of 10 million passengers per year. The third one is the biggest terminal in the world and can accommodate more than 70 million passengers alone.

No 02: Beijing Capital International Airport:

China has grabbed the second position in the list with Beijing Capital International Airport. This airport has maintained its spot after climbing up to the second position in 2017. With a passenger increase of 5%, this airport has now handled 100 point 9 million passengers. It is the only operating airport in Beijing. It was developed in 1958 with a single terminal. But now has grown into a large airport with a total of four terminals. The two terminals of the airport handle domestic flights only. Its third terminal is the second biggest in the world and the sixth biggest building by the total floor area.

No 01: Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport:

It located in Atlanta Georgia. The ATL is the busiest airport in the world since 1997. With the passenger increase of 3.3 percent since 2017. The ATL has now handled more than 107 million passengers worldwide. It covers an area of 19 square kilometers and has five parallel runways in 192 gates. The airport is the primary hub for Delta Airlines in a secondary hub for smaller airlines like Southwest and Frontier. with the results that ATL is producing, it doesn’t seem to go anywhere from the top shortly.

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