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Top 50 Airport Comparisons - Domestic
U.S. Passenger Traffic
2015

 
     
  Rank Airport Number
of
Passengers
%
Change
2014 to
2015
 
 
1
Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport
101,491,106
5.52
 
 
2
Chicago O-Hare International Airport
76,942,493
9.8
 
 
3
Los Angeles International Airport
74,937,004
6.05
 
 
4
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
64,072,468
0.87
 
 
5
John F. Kennedy International Airport
56,827,154
6.78
 
 
6
Denver International Airport
54,014,502
1.01
 
 
7
San Francisco International Airport
50,057,887
6.25
 
 
8
McCarran International Airport
45,356,580
5.8
 
 
9
Charlotte Douglas International Airport
44,876,627
1.23
 
 
10
Miami International Airport
44,350,247
8.32
 
 
11
Sky Harbor International Airport
44,003,840
4.51
 
 
12
George Bush Intercontinental Airport
43,023,224
4.29
 
 
13
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport
42,340,461
12.92
 
 
14
Orlando International Airport
38,727,749
8.38
 
 
15
Newark Liberty International Airport
37,494,704
5.29
 
 
16
Minneapolis/St.Paul International Airport
36,556,281
4.06
 
 
17
Logan International Airport
33,515,905
5.87
 
 
18
Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport
33,440,112
2.85
 
 
19
Philadelphia International Airport
31,444,403
3.98
 
 
20
LaGuardia Airport
28,437,668
5.5
 
 
21
Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport
26,941,671
9.3
 
 
22
Baltimore/Washington International
23,823,532
6.77
 
 
23
Ronald Regan Washington National Airport
23,012,191
10.72
 
 
24
Midway International Airport
22,221,499
4.92
 
 
25
Salt Lake City International Airport
22,152,498
4.78
 
 
26
Washington Dulles International Airport
21,498,902
0.37
 
 
27
San Diego International Airport
20,081,258
7.05
 
 
28
Tampa International Airport
18,815,425
7.19
 
 
29
Portland International Airport
16,850,952
5.87
 
 
30
Dallas Love Field Airport
14,497,498
54
 
 
31
Lambert-St.Louis International Airport
12,720,878
2.72
 
 
32
William P. Hobby Airport
12,163,344
1.8
 
 
33
Austin-Bergstrom International Airport
11,897,959
11
 
 
34
Nashville International Airport
11,673,633
5.74
 
 
35
Oakland International Airport
11,205,063
8.4
 
 
36
Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport
10,868,827
9.31
 
 
37
Kansas City International Airport
10,472,461
3.01
 
 
38
John Wayne Airport
10,180,258
8.46
 
 
39
Raleigh-Durham International Airport
9,943,331
4.18
 
 
40
Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport
9,799,427
4.41
 
 
41
Sacramento International Airport
9,608,737
7.21
 
 
42
San Antonio International Airport
8,507,459
1.65
 
 
43
Southwest Florida International Airport
8,371,801
5.03
 
 
44
Pittsburgh International Airport
8,128,187
1.62
 
 
45
Cleveland Hopkins International Airport
8,117,899
6.68
 
 
46
Indianapolis International Airport
7,922,218
7.6
 
 
47
Port Columbus International Airport
6,796,214
6.93
 
 
48
General Mitchell International Airport
6,549,353
-0.07
 
 
49
Cincinnati/Kentucky International Airport
6,316,333
6.9
 
 
50
Palm Beach International Airport
6,265,530
6.44
 
     
     
 

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Source:
The Port Authority of NY-NJ, 2015 Airport Traffic Report

 
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