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Busiest Air Routes from the U.S.

Name the cities that get the most international air traffic from the United States.
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Passengers
Growth
City
16.2 mil
4%
11.3 mil
5%
8.00 mil
14%
7.85 mil
0%
6.98 mil
14%
6.81 mil
6%
6.63 mil
2%
5.49 mil
1%
5.20 mil
3%
4.90 mil
2%
3.71 mil
5%
3.17 mil
18%
3.11 mil
13%
3.06 mil
1%
3.03 mil
10%
3.00 mil
-8%
2.94 mil
-4%
Passengers
Growth
City
2.82 mil
0%
2.75 mil
25%
2.72 mil
14%
2.56 mil
12%
2.45 mil
3%
2.44 mil
24%
2.26 mil
9%
2.17 mil
15%
2.12 mil
2%
2.09 mil
1%
2.04 mil
14%
2.04 mil
-1%
2.03 mil
0%
1.89 mil
8%
1.86 mil
7%
1.85 mil
24%
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level 34
Jul 15, 2012
Nice quiz!
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level 47
Aug 19, 2015
If you like this, then take my British version
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level 32
Jul 15, 2012
Great Quiz
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level 43
Jul 15, 2012
Indeed. Excellent quiz
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level 3
Mar 24, 2013
when i did it i got montego bay and i am 10! take that!
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level 72
Jun 4, 2013
Munich and Frankfurt but no Berlin? Very surprised by that.
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level 28
Oct 15, 2013
small airport in berlin. frankfurt is the financial center of mainland europe
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level 71
Nov 20, 2013
Also big US military presence around Frankfurt. Berlin, not so much.
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level 28
Apr 5, 2016
(where I used to live ^^)
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level 47
Nov 20, 2013
Also Lufthansa has a hub in Frankfurt and Munich but not in Berlin
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level 71
Jan 12, 2014
Yeah that's probably a bigger reason. Europe is a bit far from the US so there are not that many direct flights. A lot of people going through Frankfurt are probably just in transit to somewhere else.
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level 72
Oct 24, 2014
You are probably right. I flew in to Germany in high school on a trip to France (which I thought was weird). I don't remember which airport I flew into, but I know it wasn't Berlin.
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level 45
Jul 28, 2014
Could also be historical. Since Berlin was split east/west and was deep in east Germany, it probably wasn't an ideal place for an air hub post WWII, making other Germany cities in the west get the investment and infrastructure instead.
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level 59
Jul 21, 2016
Lufthansa was banned to fly to West Berlin. Flights was reserved for British European Airways, Air France and PanAm (Pan American World Airways).
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level 54
Aug 13, 2014
totally forgot canada
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level 31
Feb 19, 2015
me too... I added all the major world cities and the Caribbean holiday hotspots, then when I had one second left, I suddenly remembered Canada :D
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level 40
Aug 15, 2014
Very good quiz
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level 50
Oct 24, 2014
I can't believe I forgot about Montreal.
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level 50
Sep 8, 2017
3 years later, I can't believe I forgot about Montreal... AGAIN!
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level 34
Sep 9, 2017
Your'e not the only one.
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level 69
Oct 24, 2014
Great quiz! Looking at the stats, it looks like these numbers are for passenger numbers from the States to the named cities PLUS passengers from those cities into the US - ie total travel in both directions.
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level 68
Oct 24, 2014
missed a 66 percenter but got a 2 percenter...go figure...and i have flown into frankfurt numerous times
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level 73
Oct 25, 2014
Hard one. I was not even aware of the existence of San Jose del Cabo and Punta Cana, and barely of that of Montego Bay. I didn't think of San Jose (Costa Rica I guess ?) and Panama City as possible answers and discarded Munich... It is indeed surprising that it scores higher than Berlin. Frankfurt is logically ahead of them, it really has a big airport ;).
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level 27
Oct 27, 2014
I can't believe more people fly to CancĂșn than to Mexico City, plus I forgot about Guadalajara.
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level 71
Oct 29, 2014
Though there is close to 15 million Mexicans living in the USA, most of them don't have the means to fly regularly. Most people going to Mexico are well-to-do Americans going there for vacation, and Mexico City isn't known as a vacation destination.
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level 50
Oct 10, 2015
Only got Punta Cana because I went there over the summer
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level 44
Feb 11, 2017
Guessed Kingston, didn't think of Montego Bay. Not really knowledgeable about that. Also, I guessed a bunch of German cities but not the two correct ones--Berlin, Hamburg, Dusseldorf, Cologne--my mind went blank. Got Nassau though.
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level 74
Apr 20, 2017
Almost always, the picture at the top of the quiz gives a clue to one of the answers, but you're showing a Qantas plane up there and none of these routes is to Australia.
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level 73
Apr 21, 2017
Beat me to it
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level 71
Apr 23, 2017
But it's the only airline used by Rain Man.
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level 71
Sep 8, 2017
Ha!
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level 63
Apr 26, 2017
Good quiz, it takes a fair bit of thinking. It could probably do with a bit more time, especially for those non American's among us
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level 43
Aug 15, 2017
Wait... flights to Sao Paulo decreased by eight percent in the months leading up to the 2016 olympics? and rio isn't even here?
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level 51
Sep 8, 2017
Zika
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level 62
Sep 8, 2017
Surprised that Singapore didn't make the cut.
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level 30
Sep 8, 2017
Singapore Airlines is too expensive for most people. Way cheaper to fly the Japanese airlines or Air China and connect in Tokyo / Shanghai or Beijing when going to Asia.
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level 71
Sep 11, 2017
That is probably true coming from Canada (or the US) but I've found good deals with Singapore on flights originating from other areas like the Middle East. Sometimes it's slightly more expensive that airlines like Qatar but I feel it's worth it since it's a good airline and they've got hands down the best airport in the world.
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