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Archive for the ‘Main Airports’ Category


Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport (Atlanta)

Located in Georgia, it is the second busiest airport in the world and has more non-stop flights and destinations than any airline connection center. As Atlanta is a major transfer point for flights to and from small cities in the south of the United States, it caters to about 90 million passengers and performs more […]

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Los Angeles International Airport

Commonly known as LAX serves 87 domestic destinations and 69 international destinations to North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia and Oceania. It has nine passenger terminals distributed in the form of a horseshoe that have a bus service. Many terminals at LAX offer their passengers in connection to go to other terminals without having to […]

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O’Hare International Airport (Chicago)

It was voted the “Best Airport in North America” for 10 years, by the readers of two prestigious American magazines which shows the high traffic at national level, but also has a strong international presence, with flights to more than 60 Destinations abroad. O’Hare has four numbered passenger terminals with nine letter rooms and a […]

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Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport

The airport was named the best freight airport in the world and is operated in many respects as a small town. It has its own post office, zip code and public services. It also has five terminals that are designed to minimize the distance between the car of the passengers and the plane, as well […]

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John F. Kennedy International Airport (new York)

JFK is the airport with the largest number of international passenger tickets in the United States, but it also runs domestic flights, mostly to the West coast. It is estimated to generate more than 30.1 billion dollars of economic activity and gives more than 207,000 jobs in the new York City metropolitan area. It has […]

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Charlotte-Douglas International Airport

As of 2015, it was the sixth busiest airport in the United States, classified by the passenger traffic and by the movements of planes. Charlotte is the largest airport in the country without direct service to Asia and is an important gateway to the Caribbean. It has 5 rooms with 97 doors of clutch and […]

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McCarran International Airport (LAS Vegas)

The maximum capacity of the airport is estimated at 53 million passengers and 625.000 aircraft movements and offers service to 27 international destinations in charge of 19 airlines. British Airways flights from London-Heathrow have made it easier to connect Africa and the Middle East. Other airlines that have started such flights include Edelweiss Air from […]

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PHOENIX-Sky Harbor International Airport (Phoenix)

It is the largest and busiest airport in Arizona and is located among the largest commercial airports in the United States. It serves as an American Airlines Connection center and is the main western Airline Connection center with more than 77 destinations in four countries. It also operates as one of Southwest Airlines ‘ largest […]

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Denver International Airport

It is the sixth busiest airport in the United States by passenger traffic with more than 54 million a year. It has 133 doors spread over three individual linear esplanades, but internally connected. It also has a hotel, ground transportation and public square.

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San Francisco International Airport

The airport has flights to the main destinations in North America and is an important port of entry from Europe and Asia. Moreover, it is in itself a tourist attraction because it possesses the museum and library of Aviation Louis A. Turpen. It consists of four terminals and seven rooms distributed alphabetically.

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