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Top Ten Biggest Airports in the us

Hartsfield–​Jackson Atlanta International Airport​
Hartsfield–​Jackson Atlanta International Airport​

The world's busiest airports by passenger ... Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport has been the world's ... the United States of America ...

O'Hare ​International Airport​
O'Hare ​International Airport​

As of 2017, seven countries have at least two airports in the top 50; the United States of America has 15, Greater China has 10, and the United Kingdom, Japan, Germany, India and Spain have two airports each.

Los Angeles ​International Airport​
Los Angeles ​International Airport​

20 busiest US airports by international passenger traffic (2016) Listed according to data compiled by the Office of Aviation Analysis, part of the United States Department of Transportation, and ranked according to total international passengers during 2016.

Dallas/Fort ​Worth International Airport​
Dallas/Fort ​Worth International Airport​

Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Everything is big in Texas, including the immense 17,000 acre Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. As one of the leading hubs for American Airlines, the airport facilitated more than 600,000 flights in 2012.

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Denver ​International Airport​
Denver ​International Airport​

Denver International Airport At 32,920 acres, this busy airport is also the largest in the U.S. It's so large that the other four biggest U.S. airports would fit inside Denver's space.

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Atlanta Georgia is the biggest and the busiest airport in US. Other airports are... JFK John F Kennedy NY IAH Houston Texas DFW Dallas fort Worth

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San Francisco ​International Airport​
San Francisco ​International Airport​

Busiest US airports by total passenger boardings. The FAA uses passenger boarding for a full calendar year to determine Airport Improvement Program (AIP) entitlements.

Denver​
Denver​

The Denver International Airport (largest by land size) The Denver International Airport or DIA located in Northeastern Denver, Colorado, USA is the largest international airport (by land size) in the United States and the third largest international airport in the world.

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McCarran ​International Airport​
McCarran ​International Airport​

20 busiest US airports by international passenger traffic (2016) Listed according to data compiled by the Office of Aviation Analysis, part of the United States Department of Transportation, and ranked according to total international passengers during 2016.

Charlotte ​Douglas International Airport​
Charlotte ​Douglas International Airport​

Charlotte Douglas International Airport is one of a small number of major "hub" airports in the world that has an aviation museum located on the field. The museum, established in 1992, has a collection of over 50 aircraft, including a DC-3 that is painted in Piedmont Airlines livery.

Phoenix Sky ​Harbor International Airport​
Phoenix Sky ​Harbor International Airport​

Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (IATA: PHX, ICAO: KPHX, FAA LID: PHX) is a civil-military public airport 3 miles (2.6 nmi; 4.8 km) southeast of downtown Phoenix, in Maricopa County, Arizona, United States. It is Arizona's largest and busiest airport, and among the largest commercial airports in the United States.

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