Once again “Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport” has become the world’s busiest airport (for the 21st year in a row), according to the Airports Council International’s (ACI) annual world traffic report, which rates the airports on the basis of traffic trends.
As per the records, last year, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport hosted around 107 million passengers, which made it to become the busiest passenger airport in the world once again.
ACI’s World Director General, Angela Gittens said in a statement that “The World Airport Traffic Report shows that even as smaller airports around the world continue to make strong gains, the largest hub airports continue to grow”. The reports also revealed that the level of international passenger traffic has increased by 8.8 billion last year, which is a 6.4% percent rise year-over-year.
Beijing Capital International Airport secured number 2 position in the list, which witnessed more than 100 million passengers last year, while the Dubai Airport ranked 3rd in the list with 89 million passengers.