Top 10 Largest Airports In The United States

Denver International Airport, Colorado:is a gateway to the Rocky Mountains. But did you know it also hosts the country’s largest airport? With a land size of 33,531 acres and 135.7 kilometers square.

Fort Worth International Airport, Texas:The 1973 Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) is situated between two of the largest cities in Texas. These are Dallas and Fort Worth.

Salt Lake City International Airport, Utah: is the only joint civil-military airport on the list. The U.S. government has a lease on more than 0.5km2 of the airport’s 31km2 surface area for military.

John F Kennedy International Airport, New York : The 20.9 km2 (5164 acres) international airport mainly serves New York City, and it’s the busiest of the seven in the city’s aviation system. 

 Detroit Metropolitan Airport, Michigan: is located in Romulus, Michigan and covers 19.6 km2 (4,850 acres). It’s the tenth largest in the country, the busiest in Michigan.

Washington Dulles International Airport, Virginia:At 52.6km² and 13,000 acres, the Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) is only a bit smaller than the international airport in Orlando. 

San Francisco International Airport, California:The City by the Bay hosts the country’s eighth-largest airport by size. San Francisco International Airport (SFO), the largest in the San Francisco.

George Bush Intercontinental Airport, Texas:With five runaways and a land size of 40.46 km2 (10,000 acres), the IAH serves the Greater Houston metropolitan area. It’s about 23 miles (37 km) north.

O’Hare International Airport, Illinois:The Official Aviation Guide’s 2022 Megahub Connectivity Index rates O’Hare International Airport (ORD) as the most connected airport in the world.

Orlando International Airport, Florida:The 53.83km2 Orlando International Airport (MCO), with four runways, is the third-largest airport in America. The airport was formerly known as McCoy.

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