Airports in USA
The United States of America is home to many domestic and international airports, shown on this comprehensive US airport map, including public use and military airports in the United States.
In the United States, airports that offer planned passenger services and arrange more than 10,000 passenger embarkments per year are categorized as primary airports by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The only state in the United States that does not have a primary airport is Delaware. Primary airports are located in every other state, as well as American Samoa, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, and U.S. Virgin Islands.
The FAA further categorizes every primary airport into the following hub categories:
- M: Medium Hub - represents between 0.25% and 1% of overall passenger boardings in the U.S.
- S: Small Hub - represents between 0.05% and 0.25% of overall passenger boardings in the U.S.
- N: Non-primary Hub - represents under 0.05% of overall passenger boardings, but over 10,000 annual boardings in the U.S.
Busiest Airports in the United States
- Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport - Atlanta, Georgia
- O'Hare International Airport - Chicago, Illinois
- Los Angeles International Airport - Los Angeles, California
- Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport - Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas
- Denver International Airport - Denver, Colorado
- John F. Kennedy International Airport - New York, New York
- George Bush Intercontinental Airport - Houston, Texas
- San Francisco International Airport - San Francisco, California
- McCarran International Airport - Las Vegas, Nevada
- Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport - Phoenix, Arizona
- Charlotte Douglas International Airport - Charlotte, North Carolina
- Miami International Airport - Miami, Florida
- Orlando International Airport - Orlando, Florida
- Newark Liberty International Airport - Newark, New Jersey
- Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport - Fort Snelling, Minnesota
- Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport - Detroit, Michigan
- Seattle-Tacoma International Airport - SeaTac, Washington
- Philadelphia International Airport - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- Logan International Airport - Boston, Massachusetts
- LaGuardia Airport - New York, New York
Last Update On : November 08, 2014