USA Airports Map

The US has some of the best and busiest airports around the world. It is also home to many domestic and international airports, shown on this comprehensive US airport map, including public use and military airports in the United States.
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Description: This clickable map notes all the major airports in the US. Click on a particular region and you will be led to a page with the zoomed version of it showing all the airports in that particular area. Besides, the map also shows all the major cities of the US. Disclaimer

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US Airports

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. Otherwise 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 sub-categories:
  • L: Large Hub - represents at least 1% of overall passenger boardings in the U.S.
  • 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.

20 Busiest Airports in the United States (As per the 2015 data)

  • Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport - Atlanta, Georgia
  • Chicago O'Hare International Airport - Chicago, Illinois
  • Los Angeles International Airport - Los Angeles, California
  • Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport - Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas
  • John F. Kennedy International Airport - New York, New York
  • Denver International Airport - Denver, Colorado
  • San Francisco International Airport - San Francisco, California
  • McCarran International Airport - Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Charlotte Douglas International Airport – Charlotte, North Carolina
  • Miami International Airport - Miami, Florida
  • Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport - Phoenix, Arizona
  • George Bush Intercontinental Airport - Houston, Texas
  • Seattle-Tacoma International Airport - SeaTac, Washington
  • Orlando International Airport - Orlando, Florida
  • Newark Liberty International Airport - Newark, New Jersey
  • Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport - Fort Snelling, Minnesota
  • Logan International Airport - Boston, Massachusetts
  • Detroit Metropolitan Airport - Detroit, Michigan
  • Philadelphia International Airport – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • LaGuardia Airport - New York, New York

Airports in States of USA