Top 10 Largest Airports in the World

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Cairo International Airport:The Cairo International Airport is 14 square miles and is the ninth largest in the world. It is located in Heliopolis, Egypt, where it serves the Great Cairo area. 

Fort Worth International Airport:The Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) serves the North Texas region and is the third-largest airport in the world.

Denver International Airport:Denver International Airport, or DIA, is the second-largest airport in the world and the largest in the United States.

Orlando International Airport:Located six miles southeast of Downtown Orlando, the Orlando International Airport is the fourth largest in the world and the seventh busiest in the United States. 

Shanghai Pudong International Airport:Located in Shanghai, about 19 miles east of the city center, Shanghai Pudong International Airport is an international hub for East Asia, with airline hubs for China Eastern, Shanghai Airlines, and Air China. 

King Fahd International Airport:Located in Dammam, Saudi Arabia, the King Fahd International Airport is nearly 300 square miles and is the largest airport in the world. 

Beijing Daxing International Airport:While it sits on 18 square miles of land, the Beijing Daxing International Airport is the largest single-building airport in the world (7.5 million square feet).

Suvarnabhumi International Airport :The Suvarnabhumi International Airport, also known as the Bangkok International Airport, is located in Bangkok, Thailand, and is the tenth-largest airport in the world.

Dulles International Airport :Located 26 miles west of Downtown Washington, D.C., the Dulles International Airport serves the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States. 

George Bush Intercontinental Airport:The George Bush Intercontinental Airport is in Houston, Texas, and serves the Greater Houston metro area. It is the busiest airport in Texas for international travel and is the eighth largest in the world.

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