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Major airports

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Airplanes are the main means of transportation in the United States. They are faster and sometimes cheaper than the rest. Here we leave you a ranking of the main airports in the country based on the number of national and foreign personnel who have moved for the last 5 years.

 

 

 

 

1 Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport Atlanta
2

Los Angeles International Airport

Los Angeles
3 O’Hare International Airport Chicago
4 Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport Dallas/Fort Worth
5 John F. Kennedy International Airport New York
6 Denver International Airport Denver
7 San Francisco International Airport San Francisco
8 Charlotte-Douglas International Airport Charlotte
9 McCarran International Airport Las Vegas
10 Phoenix-Sky Harbor International Airport Phoenix
11 Miami International Airport Miami
12 George Bush Intercontinental Airport Houston
13 Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Seattle
14 Orlando International Airport Orlando
15 Newark Liberty International Airport Newark/New York
16 Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport Minneapolis/Saint Paul
17 Logan International Airport Boston
18 Detroit International Airport Detroit
19 Philadelphia International Airport Philadelphia
20 La Guardia Airport New York
21 Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport Fort Lauderdale
22 Baltimore-Washington International Airport Baltimore/Washington D. C.
23 Washington Dulles International Airport Washington D.C.
24 Midway International Airport Chicago
25 Salt Lake City International Airport Salt Lake City, Florida
26 Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport Washington D.C.
27 San Diego International Airport San Diego
28 Honolulu International Airport Honolulu
29 Tampa International Airport Tampa
30 Portland International Airport Portland