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Table 4.XI

Top 20 Airlines - New York Area Airports

Ranked by 2012 Revenue Passenger Traffic

 
     
  New York City is home to 3 of the 25 busiest airports in the world, with more then 109 million passengers passing through each year.  
     
    Airline Domestic
Passengers
International
Passengers
Total
Passengers
 
 
1
United
19,831,086
7,629,511
27,460,597
 
 
2
Delta
18,142,206
4,340,625
22,482,831
 
 
3
JetBlue Airlines
12,098,526
2,392,864
14,491,390
 
 
4
American
10,244,182
3,724,846
13,969,028
 
 
5
US Airways
5,289,007
-
5,289,007
 
 
6
Southwest/Airtran
3,057,741
155,558
3,213,299
 
 
7
Caribbean
-
725,424
725,424
 
 
8
Air Canada
-
1,302,604
1,302,604
 
 
9
Spirit Airlines
1,169,052
-
1,169,052
 
 
10
Virgin America
1,066,861
-
1,066,861
 
 
11
Swiss International
-
506,658
506,658
 
 
12
Air France
-
922,757
922,757
 
 
13
Virgin Atlantic
-
922,429
922,429
 
 
14
Cathay Pacific
-
656,927
656,927
 
 
15
Emirates Airlines
-
535,055
535,055
 
 
16
Virgin Atlantic
-
922,429
922,429
 
 
17
Lufthansa
-
1,056,300
1,056,300
 
 
18
El Al
-
556,915
556,915
 
 
19
British Air
-
1,559,550
1,559,550
 
 
20
SAS
-
433,560
433,560
 
     
 

Notes:
Figures are for flights to and from New York area airports only. John F. Kennedy International (JFK), La Guardia (LGA), Newark Liberty International (EWR) and Stewart International (SWF) in Newburgh, NY are all included.

 
     
 

Source:
The Port Authority of NY-NJ, Airport Traffic Report