North America’s airports remain one of the busiest in the world, with several airports ranking among the world’s top 20 airports for passengers and for cargo. Airports in North America also handle more aircraft movements than any other region worldwide. The following statistics present a ranking of North American airports.

2017 Top 5 Airports By Passenger

  1. Atlanta
  2. Los Angeles
  3. Chicago O’Hare
  4. Dallas Fort Worth
  5. Denver

2017 Top 5 Airports By Cargo

  1. Memphis
  2. Anchorage
  3. Louisville
  4. Los Angeles
  5. Miami

2017 Top 5 Airports By Movements

  1. Atlanta
  2. Chicago O’Hare
  3. Los Angeles
  4. Dallas Fort Worth
  5. Denver

2017 ACI-NA Airport Traffic Report

The 2017 ACI-NA Airport Traffic Report, produced by ACI World Headquarters in Montréal, Canada, contains passenger, freight/mail and aircraft operations data for 231 North American airports. Data, as presented in the report, is for calendar year 2017 or the most recent twelve-month reporting period available.  Download the Top 50 2017 North America Traffic Report.  ACI-NA Members can view full data and historical data.

Commercial passenger information includes domestic and international enplanements, total and international passengers, direct transit passengers, non-revenue passengers, previous year’s data and percent change between 2017 and 2016.

Freight/mail statistics are divided into the two separate categories when available. The information solicited was air freight (including express) and mail which was enplaned and deplaned at the reporting airport. Total freight and mail and total international freight and mail is provided, as well as the percent change in cargo growth between 2017 and 2016.

If you have any questions regarding traffic statistics or are interested in obtaining a Excel file of the 2017 North America Traffic Report please contact Economic Affairs at (202) 293-8500 or via email at EconomicAffairs@aci-na.org.  Media inquries should be directed to communications@aci-na.org.

Disclaimer

The information contained in ACI Traffic Reports has been complied on information submitted to Airports Council International (ACI). Although every effort has been made to ensure accuracy, ACI shall not be held responsible for loss or damage caused by errors, omission, misprints or misinterpretation of the contents hereof.