List of The Busiest Airports in The Nordic Countries

List Of The Busiest Airports In The Nordic Countries

This is a list of the 100 busiest airports in the Nordic countries by passengers/year for 2011 and 2010. The list also includes yearly statistics for aircraft movements and busiest air-routes.

A link to older statistics for 2006–2009 is provided below.

Airports in Greenland are until further notice not included due to lack of reliable data available from the Greenland Airports Authority.

This transport-related list is intended to be regularly updated as new statistics becomes available from the official authorities.

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