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The World's 15 Busiest Airports

From January to September 2014 the Airports Council International (ACI) measured preliminary figures for the world's busiest airports. These are the world's 15 busiest airports by aircraft movements:

Remember, these are only partial-year figures for the first part of 2014 - Full statistics will be released soon.

15) Toronto Pearson International Airport, Canada (329,345 Movements)

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14) Istanbul Ataturk International Airport, Turkey (329,351 Movements)

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13) Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, The Netherlands (343,110 Movements)

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12) London Heathrow Airport, United Kingdom (356,566 Movements)

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11) Charles de Gaulle Airport, France (356,813 Movements)

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10) Frankfurt Airport, Germany (357,016 Movements)

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9) Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport, USA-Texas (379,460 Movements)

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8) Las Vegas McCarran International Airport, USA-Nevada (396,921 Movements)

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7) Charlotte/Douglas International Airport, USA-North Carolina (407,955 Movements)

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6) Denver International Airport, Colorado (426,341 Movements)

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5) Beijing Capital International Airport, China (433,473 Movements)

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4) Los Angeles International Airport, USA-California (478,063 Movements)

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3) Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, USA-Texas (509,228 Movements)

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2) Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, USA-Georgia (653,426 Movements)

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1) Chicago O'Hare International Airport, USA-Illinois (659,401 Movements)

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How many of these airports have you visited? Tell us in the comments.

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Swayne Martin

Swayne is an editor at Boldmethod, certified flight instructor, and commercial pilot for Mokulele Airlines. In addition to multi-engine and instrument ratings, he holds a PIC Type Rating for Cessna Citation Jets (CE-525). He graduated as an aviation major from the University of North Dakota in 2018. He's the author of the articles, quizzes and lists you love to read every week. You can reach Swayne at swayne@boldmethod.com, and follow his flying adventures at http://www.swaynemartin.com.

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