97% of people can't identify all of these airports from one image! Can you?

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According to the FAA, there are about 7,000 aircraft in the sky at any given time. Airports are often as recognizable as sports stadiums and music venues. With the newest technology and futuristic designs, airports are a symbol of the future of transportation. Are you a frequent flyer? How many of these airports can you name from their image?

This airport has many attractions for flyers to visit. Singapore Changi has a butterfly garden, movie theater and sunflower garden!

In the year 2012, 60 million passengers used Tokyo Haneda Airport- that's about the same as the population of Italy! This airport is closer to Tokyo than the region's other major airport, Narita.

The land that Hong Kong Airport sits on was specifically reclaimed so that the airport could be built. Chek Lap Kok is the name of this island, which is to the west of the main island, in the South China Sea.

The Orlando airport hosts great tourist shops with merchandise from Disney, Universal Studios and the Kennedy Space Center. This area was a U.S. Air Force base before it became an international airport.

Dubai International Airport is one of the top three busiest airports in the world, and serves almost 84,000,000 passengers each year! It is also known as a great place to shop.

The city of Shanghai is so large that is has two international airports! It has a population of over 24 million people and is located on the coast of China.

This is the largest airport in France, and tenth in the world in terms of passenger traffic. Construction began in 1966 and it opened in 1974; later its name was changed to Charles de Gaulle.

Located on the island of Oahu, the Honolulu International Airport is the largest in the entire state. Travel to any of the other islands, as well as to many cities on mainland U.S., is easy from this airport.

Miami International Airport's code is MIA. It was formerly known as Wilcox Field. This airport is the most frequently used for passengers going to the Caribbean and Latin America.

Formerly named Chiang Kai-shek airport, this is China Airlines' main international hub. Popular international routes going to and from Taoyuan Airport are Hong Kong, Shanghai, Bangkok and more.

As one of China's busiest airports, Guangzhou, or CAN, has yearly aircraft movements of over 400,000. Guangzhou is the capital of Guangdong, a province on the coast of southeastern China.

Trying to figure out how to pronounce the name of this Thai airport? It's su-wa-na-poom, and means 'golden land'.

McCarran International Airport is named after a past Nevada senator, Pat McCarran. He served from 1933 to 1954 and helped aviation in Nevada.

This airport, coded MSP, ranks 16th in the U.S. for the number of passengers it hosts per year. Minneapolis and St. Paul are also known as 'the Twin Cities'

Beijing Capital International Airport, PEK, was established in 1958. Want to fly there from the U.S.? You don't even have to have a layover! There are direct flights from New York and Washington D.C.

As Malaysia's largest city, Kuala Lumpur is the country's city of fashion and retail. Kuala Lumpur is translated as 'muddy confluence', as it is located at the intersection of the Gomback and Klang rivers.

The world-famous Oktoberfest festival takes place in Munich each year. Did you know that cities have slogans? Munich's is 'Munich likes you'.

JFK Airport's roadways total over 30 miles. It is located on Jamaica Bay, about 15 miles from Manhattan.

This airport has some thirsty travelers as they sell 35,000 cups of coffee each day! 76,000 people are employed at London Heathrow.

The code for Oakland International Airport is simply OAK. The famous pilot, Amelia Earhart, flew here.

This airport is in Houston, Texas and was given this name in 1997. The vote was unanimous for it to be named after the 41st president, George H. W. Bush.

This airport is 3,000 acres and on average, 120,000 passengers come through this airport each day. Because of its remote location. it was originally known as "The Farm."

Lufthansa Airlines is based here, and 88 other airlines fly to and from Frankfurt Airport. Hungry? Why not pick up a Frankfurter sausage which originated here!

This airport's full name is Adolfo Suárez Madrid Barajas Airport, and is partially named after Adolfo Suárez, a former Spanish politician. Madrid-Barajas is where the airport is located.

This airport is located in New Delhi, and is named after Indira Gandhi, to date the only female Prime Minister of India.

Located in Arlington County, Virginia, this airport is a 'national' airport because it does not have customs and immigration centers. National airports are usually smaller than international airports.

LAX, or Los Angeles International Airport, has biologists to help control birds on its runways. Sparrows and seagulls are two examples of birds in this area.

ATL is likely the largest airport in the world, with over 101 million passengers in 2015. It has been named three times since it was built. Don't get lost in its 4,700 acres!

This is the largest airport in Turkey and is named after Mustafa Kemal Atatürk. Atatürk is known for bringing Turkey its independence from the Ottoman Empire in the early 1900s.

Located just outside of Amsterdam, Schiphol airport is the largest and most used airport in the Netherlands. It is also just 20 kilometers from the Keukenhof, the impressively large display of tulips that many tourists flock to see each spring.

O'Hare is located in Chicago, Illinois and is a frequently used as a connection airport for many travelers. One fun feature of this airport is the neon light display in one of the tunnel walkways.

As Canada's busiest airport, Toronto Pearson hosted approximately 41,000 passengers in 2015. The airport provides 40,000 jobs and has an income of 46.8 billion.

Shanghai is one the of largest cities in the world, with a population of about 24 million. Did you know that 'shanghai' is also used in English as a verb meaning 'to trick' someone?

This is the fourth busiest airport in China, and is located in the southwestern part of the country. It started off as a military air field and later opened to civilians in 1956.

Seattle-Tacoma Airport, commonly referred to as Sea-Tac, gives flyers beautiful scenery to look at on a clear day. To the southeast is Mt. Rainer, and to the west is Puget Sound.

The Dallas-Forth Worth Airport, or DFW, is expansive. With over 26.9 square miles, it is larger than Manhattan!

Seoul Incheon International Airport is one of the largest cargo airports in the world. This airport was constructed in phases; the current phase is phase four. When it is completed, the airport is projected to have four runways and 128 gates!

Interestingly enough, this airport has quite a few conspiracy theories surrounding it. Some say that New World Order uses underground tunnels at the Denver airport, other theorists say it was made to be a concentration camp to be used in the future. Others question why it is shaped like a swastika.

London Gatwick is about 30 miles south of London, and has won various awards for its quality and effectiveness. Some of these awards include National Airport of the Year 2013, Biodiversity Benchmark 2014 and Best Mobile Website 2012.

This airport is located near Barcelona, in El Prat de Llobregat. Llobregat is also the name of a river in the area, and though there is no definite meaning to the name, it is said that it originates from Latin and could mean 'dark'.

This airport is named after the city to which it is near (Sydney, Australia), and a native aviator, Sir Charles Kingsford-Smith. He made the first trans-Pacific flight in 1928, when he and his crew went from California to Australia.

Most of the passengers going to or from the San Francisco International Airport are traveling domestically. The code for this airport is SFO.

Charlotte, North Carolina is also known as 'Queen City', since it was named after Queen Charlotte of England. There is a statue of Queen Charlotte at the airport. She is holding a crown and bending backwards in the wind.

This airport is in Rome, and is the major airport in Italy. Leonardo da Vinci was a famous Italian who lived in the late 1400s and early 1500s. He was known for his architecture, art and science. The 'Mona Lisa' is one of his most well-known paintings.

This airport is located on the island of Java in Indonesia. It is said to be the airport with the most associations in Asia Pacific.

Located in Qatar, the land that Hamad sits on is actually man made. It used to be underwater and took over 50,000 workers to build the airport on reclaimed land.

The Japanese government had to move out farmers so they could use agricultural land for this airport. This led to riots and violence, and then eviction of farmers who refused to move.

Did you know that San Diego also hosts many tourist attractions such as the San Diego Zoo, SeaWorld, and Balboa Park? San Diego has sandy beaches and is less than 20 miles away from Mexico.

Did you know that this airport employs about 20,000 people? It helps provide 162,000 jobs in the metropolitan region of New York-New Jersey.

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