What are Florida’s Busiest Airports?

10 01 2009

Kartik Krishnaiyer/The Florida Voice

Tourism has no doubt been hit by the global economic downturn. Florida’s Airports have been adversely affected airline cutbacks, increasing fuel costs and less tourism. However in 2007, three Florida airports, Orlando Int’l, Miami and Fort Lauderdale cleared 10,000,000 passengers.

1- Orlando Int’l (MCO)   17,614,745

2- Miami Int’l (MIA) 16,194,277

3- Fort Lauderdale/ Hollywood Int’l (FLL) 11,079,402

4- Tampa Int’l (TPA) 9, 306, 354

5- Southwest Florida Int’l  (RSW) 3,986,985

6- Palm Beach Int’l  (PBI) 3,475,109

7- Jacksonville Int’l (JAX) 3,137,986

8- Orlando Sanford Int’l (SFD) 985,661

9- Pensacola Regional (PNS) 832,127

10- Sarasota/Bradenton (SRQ) 782,459


11- Tallahassee (TLH)   12- Northwest Florida Regional (VPS) 13- St Petersburg/Clearwater Int’l (PIE) 14- Daytona Beach Int’l (DAB) 15- Key West Int’l  (EYW) 16- Panama City/Bay County Int’l (PFN)  17- Gainesville Regional (GNV) 18- Melbourne Int’l (MLB) 19- Naples Municipal (APF) 20-St Augustine Airport (SGJ)




2 responses

20 09 2013
DL service at TLH (Tallahassee, FL) - Page 4 - FlyerTalk Forums

[…] not because the passenger numbers aren't there. TLH sees more passengers per year than VPS or ECP: https://thefloridavoice.wordpress.com…iest-airports/ To quote a certain poster – The logic some people come up with on FT never ceases to amuse to […]

7 11 2014

London Heathrow Airport, which witnessed a whopping 48.2 million passengers from January to August 2013, continues to be the busiest airports in the UK, with Gatwick a distant second and Newcastle Airport just beating Liverpool John Lennon Airport to tenth place.

London Heathrow Airport has been witnessing a surge this year, with traffic growing by more than three percent compared to 2012. The airport handled 48.2 million passengers in the first eight months of 2013, serving approximately 191,200 passengers daily.

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