Friday, November 18, 2011

Airport

List of cities with more than one airport
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Many cities contain more than one airport, typically to avoid congestion, and where there may be factors preventing expansion to existing airports. In other cities, multiple airports may be built to cater for specific uses, such as between international and domestic flights. The following lists cities which are served by more than one airport offering scheduled passenger services. Military airbases (without passenger service) and airports serving only charted flights are not included.
The main disadvantage of multiple airports is that there is almost never a good way to connect between two airports as part of a connection between flights. For this reason, places such as Atlanta that handle many connecting traffic flows do not have a second airport, nor do they need one.


Six, five and four airports

Airport
Location
Within city limits?
Distance and Direction
from city center
Passengers
(2010)
Usage
Six Airports
No
59 km (37 mi) southeast
498,359 (2008)
Mixed
No
37 km (23 mi) southeast
Domestic
Yes
adjacent
Domestic, seaplane only
Yes
adjacent
16,779,709
Mixed, primary
Yes
adjacent
Domestic, seaplane only
Yes
adjacent
Domestic[1]
United Kingdom, England, Greater London, London
Yes
2,780,582
Commuter
No
46 km (29 mi) south
31,375,290
Mixed
Yes
24 km (15 mi) west
65,881,660
Scheduled, primary
No
48 km (30 mi) north
8,738,717
Mixed
No
48 km (30 mi) northeast
18,573,803
Mixed
No
69 km (43 mi) east
3,583
Mixed
Yes
19 km (12 mi) southeast
46,514,154
Mixed, primary
Yes
Adjacent
23,983,082
Mixed
No
81 km (50 mi) east
173,346 (2005)
Mixed
No
8 km (5.0 mi) west
33,107,041
Mixed
No
88 km (55 mi) north
970,000 (2007 Est.)
Mixed
No
53 km (33 mi) north
901,831 (2008)
Mixed
Five Airports
Yes
25 km (16 mi) north
5,689,291 (2006)
Mixed
No
70 km (43 mi) southeast
8,663,452
Mixed
No
61 km (38 mi) east
7,049,904 (2006)
Mixed
Yes
58 km (36 mi) south
3,004,005 (2006)
Mixed
Yes
27 km (17 mi) southwest
61,041,066 (2006)
Mixed, primary
Four Airports
Australia, Victoria, Melbourne
No
50 km (31 mi) southwest
1,400,000[2]
Low cost carrier, domestic
Yes
11 km (6.8 mi) northwest
Freight, regional
Yes
20 km (12 mi) northwest
27,700,000
Mixed, primary
Yes
22 km (14 mi) southeast
Regional
No
22 km (14 mi) northwest
Domestic, seaplane only
Yes
adjacent
Domestic[1]
Yes
adjacent
Domestic, seaplane only
No
22 km (14 mi) northwest
1,514,713
Mixed, primary
No
42 km (26 mi) north
16,962,416
Mixed, primary
Yes
2,039,699
Mixed
No
100 km (62 mi) south
2,524,633
Low-cost, cargo
No
100 km (62 mi) west
174,496
General
United States, Washington, Seattle
Boeing Field (King County International Airport)
Yes
8 km (5.0 mi) south
Domestic
No
19 km (12 mi) northeast
Mixed, seaplane only
Yes
adjacent
Mixed, seaplane only
No
23 km (14 mi) south
31,553,166
Mixed, primary

Three airports
·         Boston, United States
o    Logan International Airport (primary)
·         Chicago, United States
o    O'Hare International Airport (primary)
·         Denver, United States
o    Denver International Airport (primary commercial)
o    Centennial Airport (main general aviation)
o    Front Range Airport (minor general aviation)
·         Kiev, Ukraine
o    Kiev Zhuliany Airport (domestic)
o    Gostomel Airport (cargo)
·         Las Vegas, United States
o    McCarran International Airport (primary commercial)
o    North Las Vegas Airport (main general aviation)
o    Henderson Executive Airport (reliever airport for McCarran, minor general aviation)
·         Miami, United States
o    Miami International Airport (primary, 50% international)
o    Palm Beach International Airport (serves Metro area)
·         Milan, Italy
o    Malpensa Airport (primary)
o    Orio al Serio Airport (low-cost)
·         Moscow, Russia
o    Sheremetyevo International Airport (mostly international)
o    Vnukovo International Airport (mostly domestic)
·         Osaka, Japan
o    Kansai International Airport (mixed, primary)
o    Osaka International Airport (domestic, primary)
o    Kobe Airport
·         Oslo, Norway
o    Oslo Airport, Gardermoen (primary)
o    Sandefjord Airport, Torp (low cost carriers)
o    Moss Airport, Rygge (low cost carriers)
·         Paris, France
·         Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
o    Santos Dumont Airport (mostly domestic)
·         San Francisco, United States
·         São Paulo, Brazil
o    Congonhas-São Paulo Airport (mostly domestic)
o    São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport (mostly international)
·         Toronto, Canada
Two airports
·         Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States
o    Albuquerque International Sunport (primary commercial)
o    Double Eagle II Airport (general aviation)
·         Alexandria, Egypt
o    Borg El Arab Airport (primary)
·         Amman, Jordan
o    Amman Civil Airport (general)
·         Bangkok, Thailand
o    Suvarnabhumi Airport (primary)
·         Beijing, People's Republic of China:
·         Belfast, United Kingdom
·         Belo Horizonte, Brazil
o    Tancredo Neves International Airport (International/Domestic)
·         Berlin, Germany
o    Berlin Schönefeld Airport (to become primary in 2011 - to be renamed)
o    Berlin Tegel Airport (primary - to close in 2012)
·         Brussels, Belgium
o    Brussels Airport (primary)
o    Brussels South Charleroi Airport (Situated in Charleroi, low-cost)
·         Bucharest, Romania:
·         Buenos Aires, Argentina
o    Aeroparque Jorge Newbery (mostly domestic)
·         Copenhagen, Denmark
o    Copenhagen Airport (primary)
o    Roskilde Airport (business, general aviation)
·         Curitiba, Brazil
o    Bacacheri Airport (business, general aviation)
·         Dallas, Texas, United States
·         Edmonton, Canada
·         Frankfurt, Germany
o    Frankfurt Airport (primary)
·         Glasgow, United Kingdom
·         Gothenburg, Sweden
o    Gothenburg City Airport (low-cost carriers and business)
·         Houston, Texas, United States
·         Islamabad, Pakistan
·         Istanbul, Turkey
·         Jakarta, Indonesia
·         Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
·         Manila, Philippines
·         Minsk, Belarus
o    Minsk International Airport (primary)
o    Minsk-1
·         Montreal, Canada
·         Mugla, Turkey
·         Orlando, Florida, United States
·         Ottawa, Canada
·         Phoenix, Arizona, United States
o    Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport (domestic)
·         Reykjavík, Iceland
o    Reykjavík Airport (domestic)
·         Rome, Italy
·         Sapporo, Japan
o    New Chitose Airport (primary)
o    Okadama Airport (domestic)
·         Seoul, South Korea
o    Gimpo International Airport (mostly domestic)
·         Shanghai, People's Republic of China
o    Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport (mostly domestic)
o    Shanghai Pudong International Airport (mostly international)
·         Singapore, Singapore
o    Singapore Changi Airport (primary)
·         Sydney, Australia
o    Bankstown Airport (business, general aviation)
o    Sydney Airport (primary)
·         Taipei, Taiwan
o    Taipei Songshan Airport (domestic)
·         Tehran, Iran
o    Tehran Imam Khomeini International Airport (mostly international)
o    Mehrabad International Airport (mostly domestic)
·         Tel Aviv, Israel
o    Ben Gurion International Airport (mostly international)
o    Sde Dov Airport (mostly domestic)
·         Tokyo, Japan
o    Narita International Airport (mostly international)
o    Haneda Airport (mostly domestic)
·         Ulyanovsk, Russia
o    Ulyanovsk Vostochny Airport (international)
o    Ulyanovsk Baratayevka Airport (domestic)
·         Venice, Italy
See also
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