10 busiest airports in the world

Catering to about 89 million passengers in a year, Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport is ranked the world’s busiest airport.

How does one get the esteemed titled of being voted the "world's busiest airport"? Well, according to Wikipedia, the world's busiest airports by passenger traffic are measured by number of total passengers.

In the US alone, the international airports at Denver and Dallas are home to 44,314,259 and 48, 473,588 annual passengers respectively. At the Los Angeles airport, the figures stand at 51,957,228, and Chicago's O'Hare handles 56, 142, 269 annual passengers.

Other airports that feature among the top 10 across the globe include: Frankfurt, Germany; Paris, France; Tokyo, Japan and London, UK among others

Watch the top ten world's busiest airport video here, and find out which international airport holds the first place.

 


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