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Five Busiest Cities by Airports by Continent

Name the five largest cities in each continent by total air passenger traffic (combined of all their airports).
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entire passenger numbers of cities that straddle two continents are included in both
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Last updated: March 10, 2016
First submittedMarch 9, 2016
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Africa
19.1m
Johannesburg
14.7m
Cairo
8.6m
Cape Town
8.0m
Casablanca
7.6m
Lagos
 
 
Asia
110.1m
Tokyo
99.2m
Shanghai
96.1m
Beijing
89.4m
Istanbul
88.9m
Dubai
Europe
153.5m
London
99.8m
Paris
89.4m
Istanbul
75.3m
Moscow
63.7m
Frankfurt
 
 
North America
126.7m
New York City
101.5m
Atlanta
99.1m
Chicago
95.8m
Los Angeles
78.7m
Dallas/Fort Worth
Oceania
39.7m
Sydney
32.9m
Melbourne
21.8m
Brisbane
15.9m
Auckland
14.0m
Perth
 
 
South America
67.6m
São Paulo
30.6m
Bogotá
26.6m
Rio de Janeiro
18.1m
Buenos Aires
16.5m
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level 60
Mar 9, 2016
The cities based only on the ranks of their airports is in a similar version, here.
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level 37
Jun 23, 2017
istanbul is in europe and asia.
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level 61
Aug 23, 2017
Istanbul may be in both Asia and Europe, but I don't think the airport is in both continents (I could be wrong).
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level 73
Sep 15, 2017
There are two airports, one in Europe, and one in Asia. But the figures are misleading. The 89 million has to be both airports combined.
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level 66
Mar 22, 2019
This quiz contains so much errors. Amsterdam is bigger than both Frankfurt and Moscow.
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level 41
May 20, 2019
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