Seattle International Airport also known as SEA-TAC, is the largest airport in the northwest. It is located 13 miles from Downtown Seattle,Washington and handles approximately 48 million passengers a year. Sea-tac is the main hub for Alaska Airlines, Horizon Air and the primary Delta hub that handles flights to Alaska, Asia and Europe.
Los Angeles International Airports also known as LAX, is the second busiest airport in the United States and fourth busiest in the world, handling approximately 88 million passengers a year. Located 18 miles for Downtown Los Angeles. LAX is the main hub for more travelers than any other airport in the country. It is the only airport that hubs four of the largest airlines. These airlines are United, Delta, American and Alaska. Lax also hubs Southwest Airlines, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Air New Zealand, Quantas, Allegiant Air, Volaris.
Dallas International covers over 17000 acres and has its own post office and postal code. It is the largest airport in Texas and it the main hub for American Airlines. Dallas International Airport is also the fourth largest airport in the United States, transporting over 69,000,000 passengers a year.
San Francisco International Airport is the second busiest airport in California, the seventh busiest in the United States and the 24th busiest airport in the world. It is a major hub for Virgin America, the secondary hub for Alaska Airlines and the fifth largest hub and the major maintenance hub for United Airlines. San Francisco International Airport is also a major gateway to Europe and Asia.
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is the sixth largest hub for American Airlines and is one of the operating bases for Southwest Airlines. It is the 44 busiest airport in the world, transporting approximately 45,000,000 passengers a year. Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, is the largest airport in Arizona and has a reputation for being one of the friendliest airports to visit.
George Bush Intercontinental Airport covers 10,000 acres and is the 48th busiest airport in world transporting over 40,000,000 passengers a year. It is the 15th largest airport in the United States and is the second largest hub for United Airlines. George Bush Intercontinental Airport is also the main city for Spirit Airlines, Houston-based Texas International Airlines and Atlas Air.
McCarran International Airport is located about 5 miles south of downtown Las Vegas, Nevada in Paradise, Nevada, covering 2800 acres. It is a maintenance location for Spirit Airlines, Frontier Airlines and Southwest Airlines and also a operating location for Allegiant Air. McCarran International Airport was built in 1942 and became operational in 1948.
Denver International Airport transports over 64 million passengers a year and has the longest runway in the United States. This airport was built in 1995 and is the major hub for United Airlines, Frontier Airlines and Southwest Airlines.
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Airport is the busiest airport in the United States transporting over a 103.9 million passengers in year and is also known as the most as the world's most efficient airport. This is also the main hub for Delta Airlines.
O'hare International Airport is the third largest airport in the United States and the sixth busiest airtport in the world, transporting over 83 million passengers a year. This airport is United largest passenger hub and a focus city for Spirit Airlines and Frontier Airlines.
Charlotte Douglas International Airport is the 11th largest airport in the United States This airport serves as a major gateway to the Caribbean and is the second largest hub for American Airlines.