AIR TRAVEL INSIGHTS 

A CLOSER LOOK AT THE WORLD'S BUSIEST AIRPORTS IN 2023 

Published By MintGenie Team | 16 Apr, 2024

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

Regains title of world's busiest airport in 2023 with 104.65 million passengers, marking a 12% increase from 2022 but still 5% below 2019 levels due to slow pandemic recovery.
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Dubai International Airport

Surges to second place for total passenger traffic in 2023, leading in international passenger volume, a significant leap from its 5th position in 2022 and 27th in 2021.
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Dallas–Fort Worth International Airport

Handles 81.75 million passengers in 2023, embarking on a zero-carbon electrical plant project to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2030.
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London's Heathrow Airport

Sees 79.2 million passengers in 2023, serving as the primary international hub for the UK capital across four terminals.
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Tokyo Haneda International Airport

Ranks fifth with 78.7 million passengers in 2023, witnessing a remarkable 55% increase from 2022, propelling it from 16th to 5th place.
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Denver International Airport

Welcomes 77.8 million passengers in 2023 after completing a capacity expansion project, adding 39 new gates.
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Istanbul Airport

Records 76 million passengers, showing a 46% increase from 2019, with plans to handle up to 200 million travelers annually upon completion.
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Los Angeles International Airport

Handles 75 million passengers in 2023, undergoing significant construction projects to alleviate traffic congestion.
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Chicago O'Hare International Airport 

Accommodates 74 million passengers in 2023, boasting 193 gates across four terminals.
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Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi

Serves 72.2 million passengers in 2023, featuring three terminals with Terminal 3 being the largest single terminal in India. 
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