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World top 20 airports 2017 – ranking by total passengers

Total Passengers: Arriving and departing passengers, plus direct transit passengers (counted once)

Rank  Airport (official name) Country IATA
code
Total
passengers
% change
1  Atlanta William B Hartsfield USA  USA ATL 103,902,992 -0.3
2  Beijing Capital International China  China PEK 95,786,442 +1.5
3  Dubai International United Arab Emirates  United Arab Emirates DXB 88,242,099 +5.5
4  Tokyo Haneda Japan  Japan HND 85,408,975 +6.5
5  Los Angeles International USA  USA LAX 84,557,968 +4.5
6  Chicago O'Hare USA  USA ORD 79,828,183 +2.4
7  London Heathrow UK  UK LHR 78,014,598 +3.0
8  Hong Kong International China  China HKG 72,664,075 +3.4
9  Shanghai Pudong International China  China PVG 70,001,237 +6.1
10  Paris Charles de Gaulle France  France CDG 69,471,442 +5.4
11  Amsterdam Schiphol Netherlands  Netherlands AMS 68,515,425 +7.7
12  Dallas/Ft Worth International USA  USA DFW 67,092,194 +2.3
13  Guangzhou Baiyun International China  China CAN 65,887,473 +10.3
14  Frankfurt Rhein-Main Germany  Germany FRA 64,500,386 +6.1
15  Istanbul Atatürk International Turkey  Turkey IST 64,119,374 +6.1
16  New Delhi Indira Gandhi International India  India DEL 63,451,503 +14.1
17  Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta International Indonesia  Indonesia CGK 63,015,620 +8.3
18  Singapore Changi Singapore  Singapore SIN 62,220,000 +6.0
19  Seoul Incheon International South Korea  Soth Korea ICN 62,157,834 +7.5
20  Denver International USA  USA DEN 61,379,396 +5.3

Source: Airports Council International (ACI); January 2019 (final)