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|Baracoa - Gustavo Rizo (BCA)
Baracoa's Gustavo Rizo Airport is a small airport serving mainly domestic flights.
|Cayo Las Brujas (BWW)
Cayo Las Brujas Airport is an airport serving Cayo las Brujas, Cayo Ensenachos and Cayo Santa Maria, part of Jardines del Rey in the Villa Clara Province, Cuba.
|Bayamo - Carlos Manuel de Céspedes (BYM)
Regional airport (domestic flights) serving the city of Bayamo in the province of Granma.
|Cayo Coco International (CCC)
Cayo Coco International Airport is a relatively new airport that handles air traffic to and from the destinations Cayo Coco and Cayo Guillermo.
|Camaguey - Ignacio Agramonte International (CMW)
Located only at 8 km from Camaguey City, serving domestic and regional flights.
|Cayo Largo - Vilo Acuña International (CYO)
Cayo Largo boasts a modern airport, mainly for daily flights from and to Havana and Varadero.
|Nueva Gerona - Rafael Cabrera Mustelier (GER)
Rafael Cabrera Mustelier Airport is an airport serving Nueva Gerona, the capital city of the Isla de la Juventud, with mainly daily flights to and from Havana.
|Havana - José Martí International (HAV)
Jose Marti International Airport serves the capital city of Cuba, Havana, with terminals 1, 2, 3 and 5.
|Holguín - Frank Pais International (HOG)
International Airport for passengers to (or from) Holguin and nearby beach destinations, handling local and regional flights and international charters.
|Moa - Orestes Acosta (MOA)
Orestes Acosta Airport is a regional airport that serves the town of Moa in Cuba, mainly handling domestic flights to and from Havana.
|Manzanillo - Sierra Maestra (MZO)
Regional airport (mainly domestic flights from/ to Havana) serving the Manzanillo-Sierra Maestra area in the province of Granma.
|Santiago de Cuba - Antonio Maceo International (SCU)
Antonio Maceo Airport is the international airport of Santiago de Cuba, handling domestic, regional and international flights.
|Havana - Playa Baracoa (UPB)
Playa Baracoa Airport serves domestic flights scheduled by the local airline Aerogaviota and is situated about 28 km west of Havana, in the village of Playa Baracoa, (Province Artemisa).
|Varadero - Juan Gualberto Gomez International (VRA)
Juan Gualberto Gomez Airport is an international airport serving Varadero, Cuba, handling domestic and regional flights, as well as international charters.
|Las Tunas - Hermanos Almejeiras (VTU)
Regional airport (domestic flights) serving Las Tunas area in the in the province of Las Tunas, handling flights to and from Havana.
|Auckland International Airport (AKL)
Auckland International Airport is the largest and busiest airport in New Zealand and located near Mangere, a 21 kilometers south of the downtown Auckland city center. It is the central hub for Air New Zealand and for Virgin Australia.
|Augusto Cesar Sandino International (MGA)
Augusto Cesar Sandino International is the main airport in Managua, Nicaragua. Today, a number of major international airlines serve the airport, including American Airlines, Copa Airlines, Continental Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Air Transat, Aeromexico, Spirit Airlines, Aero Caribbean and TACA.
|Berlin-Tegel Airport (TXL)
Berlin’s main international airport, Berlin-Tegel has the most scheduled flights of Berlin’s two airports (in 2007, it served over 13,350,000 passengers). Located in the northern borough of Reinickendorf, it is notable for its hexagonal terminal building around an open square, which makes for walking distances as short as 30 meters from the aircraft to the terminal exit.
|Birmingham International Airport (BHX)
The UK’s sixth largest airport, Birmingham International is second only to London Heathrow in its proportion of business traffic. In 2006, it handled over nine million passengers and continues to act as the Midlands’ number one gateway to Europe, Scandinavia, North America, the Middle East and the Indian sub-continent.
|Brussels Airport (BRU)
Awarded Best Airport in Europe by ACI/IATA in 2005, Brussels Airport is an international airport located near Brussels, Belgium, which serves as a hub for Brussels Airlines, European Air Transport, Jet Airways, Singapore Airlines Cargo, Eva Air Cargo and Saudi Arabian Airlines Cargo and a private company called Abelag Aviation.
|Budapest Ferihegy International Airport (BUD)
The largest of Hungary’s five international airports and the second largest airport of the new European Union states, Budapest Ferihegy International Airport serves Budapest and offers international flights within Europe, to Asia, the Middle East and North America.
|Cancún International (CUN)
Cancun Airport International (CUN) is one of the busiest airports in the Caribbean and the point of entry to the "Mundo Maya". Now more than ever Cancun Airport International can be easily accessed from almost every major city in the world. With first class shops, restaurants and services, Cancun Airport is one of the easiest most convenient airports to fly to/from in Mexico.
|Caracas Maiquetia International (CCS)
Serving Caracas, Caracas Maiquetia International Airport is located in Maiquetia, about 13 kilometers from the Venezuelan capital.
|Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG)
Named after founder of the French Fifth Republic, Charles de Gaulle Airport is France’s main international airport and one of the world’s main aviation centres. It is situated in the Paris area, across several communes (including Roissy), 25 km north-east of Paris.
|Copenhagen Airport (CPH)
The major airport serving Copenhagen and other cities within the Oresund Region, Copenhagen Airport serves nearly 60,000 passengers per day (21.4 million passed through the facility in 2007) – a figure which makes it the busiest airport in the Nordic countries and number 17 in Europe.
|Dublin Airport (DUB)
Serving an average of 60,000 passengers a day, Dublin Airport is not only Ireland’s busiest airport but also ranks among the busiest airports in the world.
|Düsseldorf International Airport (DUS)
With 750 takeoffs and landings every day, Dusseldorf International is Germany’s third busiest airport.
|El Dorado International Airport (BOG)
The city of Bogotá has only one airport, Aeropuerto Internacional El Dorado (BOG), which handles all domestic and international flights. It occupies about 690 hectares of land and it has the world's second largest landing field. It is the most important airport in Colombia, located 15 km northwest from the city center. There are two passenger terminals: El Dorado and Puente Aéreo.
|Ezeiza Ministro Pistarini International Airport (EZE)
Ministro Pistarini International Airport, commonly known as Ezeiza Airport is the main international airport of Argentina.
|Frankfurt International Airport (FRA)
Measured by the number of international destinations served, Frankfurt International Airport may be considered the busiest airport in the world.
|Gatwick International (LGW)
Gatwick International Airport is London's second airport and the second busiest airport in the UK after Heathrow in terms of passengers per year.
|Glasgow International Airport (GLA)
Glasgow International Airport is Scotland´s second and the United Kingdom’s eighth busiest airport. The first airport in Scotland to handle over a million passengers in one month (in July 2004), it handled 8,795,727 passengers in 2007.
|Hato International (CUR)
Aeropuerto Hato is a modern international airport, and the island is served by a number of airlines-connections can be made to any part of the world.
|Heathrow International (LHR)
London Heathrow Airport or Heathrow, located in the London Borough of Hillingdon, is the largest and busiest airport in the United Kingdom.
|Helsinki-Vantaa Airport (HEL)
Located 5 kilometers from Vantaa and 15 kilometers from the Helsinki city centre, Helsinki-Vantaa Airport is Finland’s main airport. In 2007, it served 13,090,744 passengers and it is currently the fourth largest airport in the Nordic countries.
|Hong Kong International Airport (HKG)
The Hong Kong International Airport is the main airport in Hong Kong, also home to one of the world's largest passenger terminal buildings and it is one of the busiest airports in Asia.
|Juan Santamaria International (SJO)
Costa Rica’s first and oldest airport, Juan Santamaria International is named after a drummer boy who perished in defense of his country during the Battle of Rivas in 1856. Located near downtown San Jose (about 20 minutes from the city’s major hotels), it is Costa Rica’s main airport.
|Las Americas International (SDQ)
The Las Américas International Airport is an international airport located in Punta Caucedo, near Santo Domingo and Boca Chica. The airport is the largest in the Dominican Republic and one of the largest in the Caribbean.
|Leonardo da Vinci Airport (FCO)
Commonly known as Fiumicino Airport, Leonardo da Vinci is Italy’s largest airport and the world’s second largest air gateway. In 2008, it served 35,226,351 passengers.
|Lester Pearson International (YYZ)
This airport has been Toronto's main international airport since 1939 when it was first known as Malton Airport.
|Madrid Barajas International (MAD)
Located northeast of Madrid's city center, is the most important international and domestic gateway in Spain, the Iberian Peninsula and southern Europe. Opened in 1928, the airport has grown to be one of the most important aviation centers of Europe. Barajas serves as the gateway to the Iberian peninsula from the rest of Europe and the world, particularly Latin America
|Malpensa Airport (MXP)
As of early 2008, Malpensa Airport remained the top Italian airport in terms of international traffic. In 2007, it handled over 23.8 million passengers and, in terms of hub transit passengers and freight transportation, it is second and leading airport in the country, respectively.
|Manchester Airport (MAN)
The largest airport in the United Kingdom outside the London region, Manchester Airport offers non-stop scheduled flights to numerous destinations across Europe, North America, the Caribbean, Middle East and Far East.
|Melbourne Airport (MEL)
The primary airport serving the city of Melbourne, Melbourne Airport is Australia’s second busiest airgate. It opened in 1970 to replace Eassedon Airport and remains the sole international airport of the four which serve Melbourne.
|Mexico City International (MEX)
Mexico’s and Latin America’s largest, busiest and most important airport, Mexico City International Airport (also known as Benito Juárez International Airport) offers direct flights to over 100 destinations around the globe.
|Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL)
Formerly known as Montréal-Dorval International Airport, Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport is an international airport which serves the Greater Montreal area as well as northern Vermont and New York. Located in the city of Dorval, 20 kilometers from downtown Montreal, it is the busiest airport in the province of Quebec.
|Narita International Airport (NRT)
Located in the eastern part of the Greater Tokyo Area (60 kilometers from downtown Tokyo), Narita International Airport handles most international passenger traffic to and from Japan and serves as a major bridge between Asia and the Americas.
|Nassau International (NAS)
Nassau airport, located just 10 miles from the capital city, receives the bulk of North American traffic from major carriers, including daily flights originating in Florida and flights coming in from New York and Philadelphia several times weekly.
|Norman Manley International (KIN)
Kingston's Norman Manley International Airport (KIN) is the major gateway linking the country's capital city to destinations worldwide. It is located on 228 hectares on the Palisadoes peninsula in the southeastern part of Jamaica.
|Oslo Airport (OSL)
Originally constructed as a military airfield, Gardermoen Airport was expanded and reopened in 1998 as a commercial airport. Today the airport serves the Norwegian capital of Oslo and is Norway’s main international airport.
|Owen Roberts International (GCM)
Owen Roberts International Airport (ORIA) – Located on the largest island of Grand Cayman, the Owen Roberts International Airport (ORIA) is a fully equipped commercial facility that handles over 800,000 international and domestic passenger movements annually.
|Piarco International (POS)
Piarco International Airport is the main airport in Trinidad and Tobago. It is located at Piarco in Trinidad, about 25 km east of the capital Port of Spain.
|Port-au-Prince Toussaint Louverture International (PAP)
The airport serves as Haiti's main international gateway.
|Prat de Llobregat Airport (BCN)
Prat de Llobregat airport (also known as Barcelona Airport) is Barcelona’s main airport. Located 10 kilometers from Barcelona city centre, it is the largest in Catalonia and the second largest in Spain, behind Madrid’s Barajas Airport.
|Sangster International (MBJ)
Sangster International Airport is the leading tourism gateway to the island of Jamaica – one of the world’s most beautiful and desired destinations.
|Santiago International Airport Arturo Merino Benítez (SCL)
Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport in Santiago de Chile takes care of domestic and international services to destinations in Europe, Oceania and the entire American continent.
|São Paulo–Guarulhos International Airport (GRU)
With the Tropic of Capricorn crossing the airport, São Paulo's Guarulhos International was finally launched January 1985, after long studies of finding solutions for the growing air traffic in the country. The original Air Force Base was extended with new runways and passenger terminals were constructed for passenger and cargo traffic.
|Schiphol Airport, Amsterdam (AMS)
In 2007 this airport ranked fifth in handling passengers in Europe behind London, Paris, Frankfurt and Madrid. There are 188 loading slots in the whole airport and five main runways.
|Sheremetyevo International Airport (SVO)
Sheremetyevo International Airport is one of three major airports serving Moscow. Located north of the Russian capital, it is the hub for Aeroflot and the second largest airport in Russia.
|Stockholm Arlanda Airport (ARN)
Stockholm-Arlanda Airport is Sweden’s largest airport and the third largest airport in the Nordic countries. One of the three major hubs for Scandinavian Airlines System, it served 18.1 million passengers in 2008.
|Sydney Airport (SYD)
Known also as Kingsford Smith International Airport, Sydney Airport is located in the suburb of Mascot and is Sydney’s major airport, as well as a major hub for Qantas. In addition to being the oldes continually operated airport in the world, it is Austrialia’s busiest airport (in 2007, it served 31.9 million passengers and handled 290,346 aircraft movements).
|Tocumen International Airport (PTY)
Located 24 kilometers from Panama City, Tocumen International Airport is Panama’s largest airport. Equipped with two runways, it is the busiest airport in the contigious Central American region.
|Vancouver International Airport (YVR)
Located 12 kilometers from downtown Vancouver (in Richmond, British Colombia), Vancouver International Airport was Canada’s second busiest airport in 2008, handling 337,795 aircraft movements and 17.8 million passengers.
|Vienna International Airport (VIE)
Austria’s busiest and largest airport, Vienna International Airport (often reffered to Schwechat Airport) is the hub of Austrian Airlines as well as Niki and Sky Europe. In 2007, it served 18.9 million passengers.
|Zürich Airport (ZRH)
Located in Kloten, canton of Zurich, Switzerland, Zurich Airport is Swizerland’s largest airport and a hub to Swiss International Air Lines.