One of Europe’s fastest growing airports and often seen as a front-runner in the implementation of new technologies and services with the ambition to be best digital airport in 2018. Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS) hosts 104 airlines serving 326 destinations worldwide using 127 gates with approximately 68.5 million passengers and 1.75 million tonnes of cargo transported each year.
Nashville International Airport (BNA) is both a public and military use airport in the south-east corner of Nashville, Tennessee. BNA serves in excess of 13 million passengers per year via 16 carriers. Each day, the airport handles an average of 520 arrivals and departures across its 4 runways.
Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) ranks the sixth busiest airport in the world in aircraft movement, offering non-stop flights to more than 160 global destinations with more than 700 daily departures and landings. As the second largest airport on the East Coast, Charlotte Douglas serves nearly 46 million passengers each year.
Denver International Airport (DEN) is the 18th-busiest airport in the world and the sixth-busiest airport in the United States, with more than 58 million passengers travelling through each year. The airport generates more than $26 billion per annum for the state of Colorado, securing its position as the region’s primary economic engine.
Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) was the first major airport in the United States. It is the primary airport serving the US state of New Jersey and 15th busiest airport in the US in terms of passengers, serving over 43 million passengers annually. Newark has 3 terminals and 3 runways serving 50 carriers.
Greenville-Spartanburg Airport (GSP) is the second busiest airport in South Carolina, serving more than 2 million passengers per year. It has one runway and is serviced by 5 major airlines and their regional affiliates. All flights are currently domestic, with an average of 50 non-stop departures and direct service to 14 major cities and 15 major airports across the U.S.
John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) is the busiest international air passenger gateway to the United States. JFK handles more international traffic than any other airport in North America - over 58 million passengers each year.
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is the second busiest airport in the United States and the fourth busiest airport in the world, offering 737 daily flights to 100 domestic cities, 1,386 weekly nonstop flights to 88 international destinations in 44 countries on 73 commercial air carriers.
London Heathrow Airport (LHR) is one of the world’s busiest international airports and the hub of the civil aviation world. In excess of 75 million passengers travel through the airport annually on services offered by 81 airlines flying to over 194 destinations in over 82 countries.
Manchester Airport (MAN) is the international gateway for the North of England and the UK’s third largest airport. MAN handles over 27 million passengers each year with over 60 airlines serving over 199 destinations worldwide.