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Table 4. U.S. Airports ranked by 2017 Scheduled Domestic and International Enplanements on U.S. and Foreign Airlines*

Passenger numbers in millions (000,000)

Dataset Table:

2017 Rank Airport 2017 Enplaned Passengers 2016 Rank 2016 Enplaned Passengers Pct. Change 2016-2017
1 Atlanta 50.223 1 50.481 -0.5
2 Los Angeles 41.196 2 39.606 4.0
3 Chicago O'Hare 38.509 3 37.497 2.7
4 Dallas/Fort Worth 31.794 4 31.260 1.7
5 Denver 29.787 6 28.243 5.5
6 New York JFK 29.463 5 29.146 1.1
7 San Francisco 26.885 7 25.698 4.6
8 Las Vegas 23.150 8 22.616 2.4
9 Seattle 22.599 9 21.848 3.4
10 Charlotte 21.994 10 21.496 2.3

Notes:

* Includes U.S. carrier scheduled domestic and international service and foreign carrier scheduled international service to and from the United States. For U.S. carrier domestic and international service data for 2017, see the BTS December Air Traffic press release.
Percentage changes based on numbers prior to rounding.

Source:

Bureau of Transportation Statistics, T-100 Market