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Top 5 Biggest Airports in The World

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There are various airports around the world that you can’t just miss landing on. These airports often provide prestigious services such as accommodation, shopping, security, immigration and other essential customer services. The following is a compiled list of the top 5 biggest airports in the world 2016 reviews you may consider for your next flight holiday.

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1. King Fahd International Airport in Saudi Arabia (77600 hectares)

This is situated 20 km to the northwest of Dammam in Saudi Arabia. It is the world’s biggest airport operated by General Authority of Civil Aviation. It was opened in the year 1990. It was the first airport in Saudi Arabia to use duty-free stores. It also has separate shops where passengers buy gifts and other goods. Moreover, there are several restaurants, banks, and cafeterias.

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It has six terminals of which three are for passenger processing. The third level is allocated for arrivals, 4th for boarding and sixth is for departures. The Royal Family is reserved for the government officials, Saudi Arabia Royal Family, and other guests.

 

2. Denver International Airport (13726 ha)

Denver is the second biggest airport in the world and the largest in the United States. It is the central point for a variety of airlines such as Frontier, United and Great Lakes. It records around 31 million passengers and 635,445 flights every year. DIA has various grotesques located above the exit doors.

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A pedestrian bridge connects Concourse A to the terminal where travelers can view plane tax underneath them. The terminal has been separated to east and west sides for easy passenger pick and drops off. DIA has three different concourses that are separated far apart from each other. It is the best airport in the entire US.

 

3. Dallas International Airport (7800 ha)

This is located in the central part of Dallas and Forth Worth. It is the third busiest and the ninth in passenger traffic. It has five terminals with 165 gates. It is expandable to accommodate up to 13 terminals of 260 gates. Dallas/Fort International Airport forms the largest hub for most American Airlines. In fact, its daily flights reach 900 daily. Last year, DFW recorded a huge number of passengers of 64,174,163. It is the primary central point for most UPS, American Flights, and Airlines.

 

 

4. Shanghai Pudong International Airport (3350 ha)

Shanghai Pudong is among the leading big international airports handling many international flights like DHL, China Cargo Airlines, FedEx Express, China Eastern Airlines, and Yangtze River Express. It accommodates up to 51,661,800 passengers. Pudong International Airport operates it.

 

 

5. Charles de Gaulle Airport (3200 ha)

Charles de Gaulle is located to the northeast of Paris. Aero Ports de Paris manages it. It is the central operating center to airlines such as FedEx Express, Air France, and Delta Air Lines. It can accommodate about 62, 052, 917 passengers and 497,763 aircraft operations yearly. It is one of the largest airports in the world. It is the 2nd busiest airport in Europe and 12th in cargo handling.