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Hartsfield—Jackson Atlanta International Airport has been the world's busiest airport every year since ; with all airports combined London has the world's busiest city airport system by passenger count. As of , seven countries have at least two airports in the top the United States has 15, Greater China has 10, and the United Kingdom , Germany , Spain , and India have two airports each. Preliminary figures as reported by airports are as follows: .
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Los Angeles , California. Tokyo Haneda Airport. O'Hare International Airport. Chicago , Illinois.
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London Heathrow Airport. Hillingdon , London. Hong Kong International Airport. Shanghai Pudong International Airport. Pudong , Shanghai. Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport. Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. Haarlemmermeer , North Holland. Indira Gandhi International Airport. Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport.
London City 36 Denver 28 Dusseldorf 40 Johannesburg 37 Beijing Capital 25 Haikou Meilan 48 Bangkok Suvarnabhumi 38 Paris CDG 32 Xi'an 45 Athens 53 Seoul Gimpo 47 Toronto Pearson 43 Barcelona 33 Madrid Barajas 31 Kuala Lumpur 34 Jakarta 44 Bogota 42 Quito 52 Houston George Bush 54 Lima 55 Atlanta 41 San Francisco 39 Christchurch 61 Abu Dhabi 49 London Gatwick 51 Gold Coast 50 Lisbon 68 Stockholm Arlanda 62 Perth 71 Chengdu 56 Oslo 59 Seattle-Tacoma 58 Mumbai 64 Bangalore 67 Baku 70 Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport , million passengers annually.
Go: Take the metro twenty minutes to Peachtree Center station in the Midtown arts district to the High Museum , a rippled modern building designed by Richard Meier, showcasing blue chip artists like Claude Monet and Dorthea Lange alongside the top photographic collection of the southeastern United States, which features rare civil rights-era images. Kids will love the nearby Center for Puppetry Arts for the history of the artform plus regularly-scheduled performances.
Beijing Capital International Airport , 96 million passengers annually.
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Stay: Stroll through the miniature imperial garden T3E waiting area with pavilions and bridges imitating those of the Summer Palace. Feed the fish as you find much-needed zen between flights—free fish food is provided—plus the gardens host daily performances of singing, dancing, or magic tricks T3E fountain. Beijing Layover Tours picks travelers up from the airport and guides them to the less-crowded Mutianyu section, just an hour away, with less-crowds and a strategic vantage point in the mountains to admire the 5,mile long wall.
Visa requirements are waived for those visiting China for less than 72 hours. Dubai International Airport , 88 million passengers annually.
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Everything from tacky camel figurines to boxes of local dates or Rolex watches and other luxury indulgences are all tax-free. Tourists can easily leave behind the plane for an abra, or wooden boat, to reach the old part of Dubai. Go: Just a minute drive from the airport, hop on an abra wooden boat to cross the creek to Deira, the old part of town.
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The gold and spice souks there give visitors a glimpse back to a time before Dubai boomed with skyscrapers. Hundreds of regional spice shops and jewelry stores hawk their wares like the largest gold ring in the world, according to Guinness World Records, weighing in at a hand-dragging pounds. Los Angeles International Airport , Go: Taxi five miles to Manhattan Beach for a self-guided neighborhood walking tour to gawk at multimillion dollar homes then take a quick dip. Tokyo Haneda International Airport , 85 million passengers annually.
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Stay: Super-fresh fish may break airport dining norms, but some travelers go out of the way to stopover for such a meal at low-key, old-Tokyo style Sushi Kyotatsu Terminal 1, 3rd Floor. If raw is not your thing, the airport offers all of the best hits of Japanese cuisine from ramen to udon, plus sake to wash it down. Go: The bad news is that Tokyo airport is over an hour from the actual city, so try a group tour for a few hours to avoid getting lost on the expansive public transport system while crunched for time.