List of Busiest Airports in Latin America By Passenger Traffic - 2009 - Latin America 20 Busiest Airports By Passenger Traffic

Latin America 20 Busiest Airports By Passenger Traffic

Rank Airport Location Passengers Annual
1 Mexico City International Airport Mexico City 24,243,056 7.5%
2 São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport São Paulo 21,727,642 6.5%
3 El Dorado International Airport Bogotá 14,899,199 10.7% 1
4 Congonhas-São Paulo Airport São Paulo 13,699,657 0.2% 1
5 Brasília International Airport Brasília 12,213,825 16.9% 2
6 Rio de Janeiro-Galeão International Airport Rio de Janeiro 11,828,656 10.3%
7 Cancún International Airport Cancún 11,174,908 11.6% 2
8 Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport Santiago 9,024,611 0.1% 1
9 Jorge Chávez International Airport Lima 8,786,973 6.0% 2
10 Simón Bolívar International Airport Maiquetia 8,773,461 2.2%
11 Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport San Juan 8,245,895 12.1% 3
12 Ministro Pistarini International Airport Buenos Aires 7,924,759 1.1%
13 Deputado Luís Eduardo Magalhães International Airport Salvador 7,052,720 17.2% 2
14 Jorge Newbery Airport Buenos Aires 6,489,066 14.1% 2
15 Guadalajara International Airport Guadalajara 6,453,100 10.2% 2
16 Tancredo Neves International Airport Belo Horizonte 5,617,171 8.2% 1
17 Salgado Filho International Airport Porto Alegre 5,607,703 13.7% 1
18 Guararapes International Airport Recife 5,250,565 12.2% 1
19 General Mariano Escobedo International Airport Monterrey 5,199,895 21.0% 5
20 Santos Dumont Airport Rio de Janeiro 5,099,643 40.5% 1

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