America is home to some of the biggest airports in the world. In 2018, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport was the busiest in the world. It serviced more than 107 million passengers, more than Beijing Capital Airport, which saw about 101 million passengers pass through. Rounding out the top five in the world were Dubai International Airport (89 million), LAX (87.5 million) and Tokyo Haneda International Airport (87 million).
O'Hare International Airport and Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport were also among the top 15 busiest airports in the world last year, and they both had more than 65 million passengers pass through. You're probably familiar with most of Americas bigger airports, but how about the smaller, more obscure ones?
America has three times more airports and airfields than the next airport-dense country (Brazil). In fact, if you add up all the airports in countries two through ten, America still has more airports than all these countries combined.
We're not going to go easy on you and give you any freebies like 'Denver International Airport.' These names, like Deadhorse Airport, require a little more thought. We've picked a range of airports from around the country to challenge you.
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