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Old September 28th, 2005, 08:27 PM   #101
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Combining cities' airports (don't know why, just seemed like fun):

1. London 119.8
2. Chicago 94.9
3. New York & Newark 93.8
4. Tokyo 93.4
5. Atlanta 83.6
6. Paris 75.4
7. Los Angeles 60.7
8. Dallas 59.4
9. Washington & Baltimore 59.4
10. Frankfurt 51.1
11. San Francisco & Oakland 46.3
12. Amsterdam 42.5
13. Denver 42.4
14. Las Vegas 41.4
15. Phoenix 39.5
16. Seoul 39.0
17. Madrid 38.7
18. Bangkok 38.0
19. Minneapolis/St Paul 36.7
20. Hong Kong 36.7
21. Houston 36.5
22. Shanghai 36.0
23. Detroit 35.2
24. Beijing 34.9
25. Osaka 34.4
26. Orlando 31.1
27. Singapore 30.4
28. Miami 30.2
29. Seattle 28.8
30. Toronto 28.6
31. Philadelphia 28.5
32. Rome 28.1
33. Sao Paulo 27.6
34. Sydney 27.0
35. Munich 26.8
36. Boston 26.1
37. Jakarta 26.1
38. Charlotte 25.5
39. Moscow 25.0
40. Barcelona 24.6
41. Mexico City 23.0
42. Cincinnati 22.1
43. Honolulu 22.0
44. Dubai 21.7
45. Manchester 21.5
46. Kuala Lumpur 21.1
47. Fort Lauderdale 20.8
48. Palma de Mallorca 20.4
49. Guangzhou 20.4
50. Melbourne 20.3
51. Taipei 20.1
52. Copenhagen 19.0
53. Milan 18.6
54. Fukuoka 18.5
55. Salt Lake City 18.4
56. Sapporo 17.6
57. Tampa 17.4
58. Istanbul 17.4
59. Zurich 17.3
60. Dublin 17.1
61. San Diego 16.4
62. Stockholm 16.4
63. Vancouver 16.1
64. Brussels 15.6
65. Brisbane 15.4
66. Johannesburg 15.3
67. Dusseldorf 15.3
68. Manila 15.2
69. Mumbai 15.2
70. Oslo 14.9
71. Vienna 14.8
72. Shenzen 14.3
73. Antalya 13.8
74. Athens 13.6
75. St Louis 13.4
76. Pittsburgh 13.3
77. Portland 13.0
78. Naha 12.7
79. Jeddah 12.4
80. New Delhi 12.2
81. Malaga 12.0
82. Chengdu 11.7
83. Cleveland 11.3
84. Jeju 11.1
85. Berlin 11.0
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Old September 29th, 2005, 01:08 AM   #102
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It is amazing how dominant the Tokyo area is in Japan. a country that has the second largest Gross Domestic Product after the US. Admittedly metro Tokyo is around 28 million people in a country of about 127 million people, but it seems to be disproportionately important.

Tokyo's Haneda and Narita airports amount to 93.4 million passengers a year, which seems very respectable if not a little low for such a large city. But the rest of the airports that are on the top 100 list are Osaka-Itami with 19.3 million, Fukuoka with 18.5 million, Sapporo with 17.6 million and Osaka-Kansai with 15.1 million.

Osaka's two airports only amount to 34.4 million passengers a year. And if you add all the Japanese airports in the top 100 list together and don't include the two Tokyo airports you get 70.5 million passengers. So basically, outside of Tokyo's two airports, only 70.5 million people use Japan's other major airports.

I know that Japan has excellent intercity transportation with high speed trains, but is this really transporting so many Japanese from one city to another. And when it comes to travelling to foreign countries, this must all be done by airplane, due to Japan's obvious island geoghaphy.
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Old September 29th, 2005, 10:37 AM   #103
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bangkok is 2nd of asia!!!..........
cant believe it!!!!!!.........
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Old September 29th, 2005, 12:29 PM   #104
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100 Busiest Airport - International Passengers only 2004

1 London (LHR) 60.2 million
2 Paris (CDG) 46.3
3 Frankfurt 43.5
4 Amsterdam 42.3
5 Hong Kong 36.3
6 Singapore 28.6
7 London (LGW) 27.5
8 Tokyo (NRT) 26.6
9 Bangkok 25.8
10 Seoul (ICN) 23.6
11 Dubai 20.9
12 Madrid 19.8
13 London (STN) 18.2
14 Munich 17.9
15 Taipei 17.7
16 Manchester 17.7
17 New York (JFK) 17.4
18 Copenhagen 17.3
19 Zurich 16.5
20 Los Angeles 16.5
21 Dublin 16.4
22 Toronto 16.0
23 Brussels 15.5
24 Mexico City 15.1
25 Rome (FCO) 15.1
26 Milan (MXP) 15.0
27 Palma de Mallorca 14.7
28 Vienna 14.2
29 Miami 14.0
30 Shanghai (PVG) 12.9
31 Antalya 12.6
32 Barcelona 12.5
33 Kuala Lumpur 12.5
34 Dusseldorf 11.5
35 Paris (ORY) 11.3
36 Chicago (ORD) 10.8
37 Stockholm 10.7
38 Istanbul 10.2
39 Osaka (KIX) 10.1
40 Prague 9.5
41 Malaga 9.1
42 Sydney 9.0
43 Moscow (SVO) 8.9
44 Newark 8.9
45 Athens 8.5
46 Manila 8.4
47 Lisbon 8.3
48 Beijing 8.3
49 Helsinki 7.9
50 Geneva 7.8
51 Cancun 7.8
52 Vancouver 7.7
53 Tel Aviv 7.7
54 San Francisco 7.6
55 Cairo 7.5
56 Birmingham 7.5
57 Oslo 7.4
58 Sao Paulo (GRU)7.4
59 Alicante 6.9
60 Tenerife Sur 6.8
61 Jeddah 6.8
62 Johannesburg 6.7
63 Budapest 6.4
64 Houston 6.4
65 Moscow (DME) 6.3
66 Atlanta 6.2
67 Stuttgart 6.1
68 Auckland 6.0
69 London (LTN) 5.9
70 Jakarta 5.6
71 Gran Canaria 5.6
72 Hamburg 5.5
73 Mumbai 5.4
74 Berlin (TXL) 5.3
75 Buenos Aires (EZE) 5.3
76 Nice 5.2
77 Warsaw 5.2
78 Montreal 5.1
79 Dallas 5.1
80 Cologne 5.1
81 Kuwait 5.0
82 Larnaca 4.7
83 Washington (IAD)4.6
84 Abu Dhabi 4.6
85 Bahrain 4.6
86 New Delhi 4.5
87 Faro 4.4
88 Hurghada (Egypt)4.2
89 Boston 4.2
90 Hannover 4.1
91 Honolulu 4.1
92 Melbourne 4.1
93 Colombo 4.1
94 Philadelphia 4.1
95 Glasgow 4.1
96 Sharm el Sheikh 4.0
97 Venice 3.8
98 Riyadh 3.8
99 Ho Chi Minh City3.7
100 East Midlands 3.6
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Old September 29th, 2005, 12:37 PM   #105
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100 Busiest Airports - Domestic Passengers only 2004

1 Atlanta 77.0 million passengers
2 Chicago (ORD) 64.4
3 Tokyo (HND) 61.5
4 Dallas (DFW) 54.3
5 Los Angeles 44.2
6 Denver 41.2
7 Las Vegas 40.0
8 Phoenix 38.0
9 Minneapolis/St Paul 35.1
10 Charlotte 32.8
11 Detroit 32.3
12 Houston (IAH) 30.1
13 Orlando 29.1
14 Beijing 26.6
15 Seattle 26.4
16 Philadelphia 24.4
17 San Francisco 24.1
18 New York (LGA) 23.1
19 Newark 23.1
20 Boston 21.9
21 Cincinnati 21.1
22 New York (JFK) 20.1
23 Baltimore/Washington 19.4
24 Osaka (ITM) 19.3
25 Fort Lauderdale 19.2
26 Jakarta 19.0
27 Chicago (MDW) 18.6
28 Madrid 18.5
29 Salt Lake City 18.1
30 Washington (IAD) 18.0
31 Honolulu 17.7
32 Guangzhou 17.5
33 Sydney 17.5
34 Sapporo 17.1
35 Tampa 16.9
36 Fukuoka 16.3
37 San Diego 16.2
38 Miami 16.2
39 Melbourne 16.0
40 Washington (DCA) 15.6
41 Shanghai (SHA) 14.9
42 Seoul (GMP) 14.2
43 Shenzen 14.0
44 Oakland 13.8
45 Sao Paulo (CGH)13.6
46 St Louis 13.3
47 Pittsburgh 12.8
48 Paris (ORY) 12.8
49 Portland 12.6
50 Toronto 12.6
51 Rome (FCO) 12.5
52 Naha 12.5
53 Barcelona 11.9
54 Brisbane 11.7
55 Chengdu 11.2
56 Cleveland 11.0
57 San Jose (SJC) 10.8
58 Jeju 10.6
59 Memphis 10.5
60 Bangkok 10.4
61 Kansas City 10.0
62 Brasilia 9.9
63 New Orleans 9.6
64 Sacramento 9.5
65 Santa Ana 9.3
66 Mumbai 9.2
67 Munich 8.8
68 Johannesburg 8.5
69 San Juan 8.4
70 Raleigh-Durham 8.4
71 Houston (HOU) 8.3
72 Shanghai (PVG) 8.2
73 Kuala Lumpur 8.0
74 Vancouver 8.0
75 Indianapolis 7.9
76 Mexico City 7.9
77 New Delhi 7.4
78 Oslo 7.4
79 Frankfurt 7.3
80 Austin 7.1
81 London (LHR) 6.9
82 Ontario 6.8
83 Nashville 6.8
84 Manila 6.7
85 Calgary 6.7
86 Hartford 6.7
87 San Antonio 6.6
88 Fort Myers 6.6
89 Milwaukee 6.6
90 West Palm Beach 6.4
91 Milan (LIN) 6.4
92 Albuquerque 6.3
93 Columbus 6.2
94 Xian 6.1
95 Riyadh 6.1
96 Dallas (DAL) 5.9
97 Berlin (TXL) 5.7
98 Kagoshima 5.7
99 Edinburgh 5.7
100 Moscow (DME) 5.7

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Old September 29th, 2005, 01:22 PM   #106
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I think this list must be flawed as I very much doubt that Frankfurt has 1.5m domestic passengers less than Munich, and only 1.5m more than Berlin.

.... I very much prefer statistics that include ALL passengers (not just domestic). Cheers.
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Old September 29th, 2005, 01:26 PM   #107
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What a strange list. And it says 77.0 with ATL. Is that times million? If so, does that means that only 6 million make up for the non-domestic flights? Considering ATL has a total of 83.000.000. That can't be right at all...

And what's the source???


This is a list of 10 busiest in the world as of 2004:

1. Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Atlanta, Georgia, United States (ATL) 83,578,906
2. O'Hare International Airport, Chicago, Illinois, United States (ORD) 75,373,888
3. London Heathrow Airport, London, United Kingdom (LHR) 67,343,960
4. Tokyo International Airport, Tokyo, Japan (HND) 62,320,968
5. Los Angeles International Airport, Los Angeles, California United States, (LAX) 60,710,830
6. Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, United States, (DFW) 59,412,217
7. Frankfurt International Airport, Frankfurt, Germany (FRA) 51,098,271
8. Charles De Gaulle International Airport, Paris, France (CDG) 50,860,561
9. Schiphol Airport, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (AMS) 42,541,180
10. Denver International Airport, Denver, Colorado, United States (DEN) 42,393,693
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Old September 29th, 2005, 01:26 PM   #108
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Old September 29th, 2005, 01:32 PM   #109
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Quote:
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1 London (LHR) 60.2 million
2 Paris (CDG) 46.3
3 Frankfurt 43.5
4 Amsterdam 42.3
5 Hong Kong 36.3
6 Singapore 28.6
7 London (LGW) 27.5
8 Tokyo (NRT) 26.6
9 Bangkok 25.8
10 Seoul (ICN) 23.6
11 Dubai 20.9
12 Madrid 19.8
13 London (STN) 18.2
14 Munich 17.9
15 Taipei 17.7
16 Manchester 17.7
17 New York (JFK) 17.4
18 Copenhagen 17.3
19 Zurich 16.5
20 Los Angeles 16.5
Cool, and still people bashing Dubai huh.
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Old September 29th, 2005, 02:30 PM   #110
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1 London (LHR) 60.2 million
2 Paris (CDG) 46.3
3 Frankfurt 43.5
4 Amsterdam 42.3
5 Hong Kong 36.3
6 Singapore 28.6
7 London (LGW) 27.5
8 Tokyo (NRT) 26.6
9 Bangkok 25.8
10 Seoul (ICN) 23.6
Amsterdam on the 4th place!
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Old September 29th, 2005, 02:34 PM   #111
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What a strange list. And it says 77.0 with ATL. Is that times million? If so, does that means that only 6 million make up for the non-domestic flights? Considering ATL has a total of 83.000.000. That can't be right at all...

And what's the source???
Yes, it is 77 million and yes Atlanta does only handle around 6 million international passengers. These are official Airports Council figures.
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Old September 29th, 2005, 04:10 PM   #112
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I'm quite surprised that US Airport Int' passenger volumes are not very compettive at all..
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Old September 29th, 2005, 04:45 PM   #113
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I'm quite surprised that US Airport Int' passenger volumes are not very compettive at all..
Most don't have a passport.
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Old September 29th, 2005, 04:49 PM   #114
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i am not surprised
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Old September 29th, 2005, 04:51 PM   #115
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dubai's passenger amount is supposed to be 60m by 2010, more than doubled , according to a recent article about the DXB airport expansion.
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Old September 29th, 2005, 06:25 PM   #117
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I think this list must be flawed as I very much doubt that Frankfurt has 1.5m domestic passengers less than Munich, and only 1.5m more than Berlin.
.... I very much prefer statistics that include ALL passengers (not just domestic). Cheers.
Frankfurt is a hub for international flights, not domestic. These figures are correct. I've already posted a list that includes ALL passenger numbers.
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Old September 29th, 2005, 09:13 PM   #118
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What a strange list. And it says 77.0 with ATL. Is that times million? If so, does that means that only 6 million make up for the non-domestic flights? Considering ATL has a total of 83.000.000. That can't be right at all...

And what's the source???


This is a list of 10 busiest in the world as of 2004:

1. Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Atlanta, Georgia, United States (ATL) 83,578,906
2. O'Hare International Airport, Chicago, Illinois, United States (ORD) 75,373,888
3. London Heathrow Airport, London, United Kingdom (LHR) 67,343,960
4. Tokyo International Airport, Tokyo, Japan (HND) 62,320,968
5. Los Angeles International Airport, Los Angeles, California United States, (LAX) 60,710,830
6. Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, United States, (DFW) 59,412,217
7. Frankfurt International Airport, Frankfurt, Germany (FRA) 51,098,271
8. Charles De Gaulle International Airport, Paris, France (CDG) 50,860,561
9. Schiphol Airport, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (AMS) 42,541,180
10. Denver International Airport, Denver, Colorado, United States (DEN) 42,393,693
Whats strange about it?
Amsterdam is nr.9 in the total rankings but how many domestic passengers would go through there per year? 200000 maybe? The same goes for the large American airports (but the opposite way around). Atlanta is a domestic hub as are most of the large US airports. The biggest international hubs are to be found in Europe and Asia.
If you would count flights within the EU as being domestic then the list would look very different.
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Old September 30th, 2005, 11:54 AM   #120
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Warsaw should be in for about 5 years. Number of passengers in warsaw airport is growing 25% a year. This year it should hit 7.5 million.
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