Airports accommodate thousands of travelers, handle immigration and cargo every year. Airports act as an important gateway to travel from one country to another. We have seen the safest airports, busiest airports, smallest airports, and even fanciest airports around the world. Do you know the largest airports in the world that accommodate thousands of travelers and land hundred of airplanes daily? Let’s take a look at the list below.
1. King Fahd International Airport
King Fahd International Airport, also known as Dammam Airport serves as a hub to Saudia, SaudiGulf Airlines, and Flynas. The airport was built in an area of 776 sq. km. The airport has three terminal buildings. The six-story main terminal operates international and domestic flights.
2. Denver International Airport
Denver International Airport started its operation in 1995 And covers an area of 135.7sq.km. The airport is a hub for United Airlines and Frontier Airlines. The airport has one terminal and six runways.
3. Dallas/ Fort Worth International Airport
Dallas Worth International Airport covers an area of 69.5 sq. km and started its service in 1974. The airport is a major hub for American Airlines. Dallas Airport has five terminals. The airport has a total of seven runways. It is the only airport in the world with four serviceable paved runways longer than 4,000 meters.
4. Noida International Airport/ Jewar Airport
The Foundation stone for the Jewar Airport is laid by Prime minister Narendra Modi on November 25, 2021. The airport is formally known as Noida International Airport. The airport is to be built on an area of 58.45 sq. Km. According to Zurich Airport International Asia. Phase-l of the airport project is expected to be completed by September 30, 2024. On completion of phase-l, the airport will cater to 12 million passengers. The airport will connect UP, Agra, Mathura, and Gautam Buddh Nagar with the world. Jewar Airport is designed to handle a capacity of 70 million passengers per annum. On completion of the airport, it will have six to eight runways.
5. Washington Dulles International Airport
The airport is usually known as Dulles International Airport, which covers an area of 52.6 sq. km. The airport commenced its service in 1962. Dulles airport has 4 runways.