Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Busiest Airline Routes in the United States



Rank
Airline market
Passengers*

1
New York-Fort Lauderdale
3,885,000
2
New York-Orlando
3,277,000
3
New York-Chicago
2,861,000
4
New York-Los Angeles
2,747,000
5
New York-Atlanta
2,509,000
6
New York-Washington
1,922,000
7
New York-West Palm Beach
1,873,000
8
New York-San Francisco
1,821,000
9
New York-Las Vegas
1,817,000
10
New York-San Juan
1,809,000
11
Chicago-Las Vegas
1,712,000
12
Chicago-Los Angeles
1,692,000
13
Honolulu-Kahului, Maui
1,632,000
14
New York-Boston
1,625,000
15
New York-Tampa
1,614,000
16
Dallas/Fort Worth-Houston
1,543,000
17
Chicago-Orlando
1,374,000
18
Chicago-Phoenix
1,367,000
19
New York-Miami
1,365,000
20
New York-Dallas/Fort Worth
1,354,000
21
Los Angeles-Las Vegas
1,332,000
22
Atlanta-Washington
1,285,000
23
Los Angeles-Oakland
1,259,000
24
Chicago-Washington
1,253,000
25
Chicago-Atlanta
1,184,000
2004 data. Includes all commercial airports in a metropolitan area.

*Outbound plus inbound passengers; does not include connecting passengers.
Source: Air Transport Association of America.


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