London Heathrow Airport - Traffic and Statistics - Busiest International Routes

Busiest international routes
Rank
(2010)
Destination
Passengers handled
(2011)
Passengers handled
(2010)
% Change
2010 / 11
Passengers handled
(2009)
% Change
2009 / 10
01 !1 (1) 26 ! United States, New York-JFK 2,678,991 2,517,896 19 !6 2,478,722 19 !2
02 !2 (2) 11 ! United Arab Emirates, Dubai 1,889,513 1,787,561 20 !6 1,745,005 20 !2
03 !3 (3) 12 ! Ireland, Dublin 1,556,102 1,493,613 27 !4 1,604,044 34 !8
04 !4 (7) 13 ! Germany, Frankfurt am Main 1,469,904 1,266,240 04 !16 1,201,354 13 !5
05 !5 (4) 16 ! Hong Kong, Hong Kong 1,412,749 1,386,779 29 !2 1,528,886 37 !9
06 !6 (5) 01 ! Netherlands, Amsterdam 1,407,083 1,333,124 21 !6 1,509,787 39 !12
07 !7 (8) 20 ! United States, Los Angeles 1,299,118 1,189,309 12 !9 1,235,549 28 !4
08 !8 (6) 29 ! France, Paris-Charles de Gaulle 1,272,349 1,299,701 33 !2 1,338,307 27 !3
09 !9 (9) 07 ! United States, Chicago–O'Hare 1,207,424 1,138,012 22 !6 1,218,516 32 !7
10 !10 (11) 27 ! United States, Newark 1,197,847 1,091,818 11 !10 1,003,041 10 !9
11 !11 (10) 21 ! Spain, Madrid 1,191,170 1,093,538 13 !9 1,127,369 25 !3
12 !12 (14) 25 ! Germany, Munich 1,090,279 975,465 09 !12 907,897 12 !7
13 !13 (13) 32 ! Singapore, Singapore 1,069,706 1,022,220 26 !5 1,123,503 36 !9
14 !14 (12) 30 ! Italy, Rome–Fiumicino 1,052,936 1,032,872 30 !2 945,369 11 !9
15 !15 (23) 06 ! United States, Boston 1,030,867 866,719 01 !19 850,620 17 !2
16 !16 (18) 09 ! India, Delhi 1,003,598 918,196 14 !9 756,013 02 !21
17 !17 (17) 38 ! United States, Washington–Dulles 989,045 920,514 18 !7 1,001,468 35 !9
18 !18 (25) 14 ! Switzerland, Geneva 977,906 859,143 07 !14 640,131 01 !42
19 !19 (21) 39 ! Switzerland, Zurich 958 247 876,385 15 !9 888,246 23 !1
20 !20 (27) 22 ! United States, Miami 953,878 822,315 05 !16 846,211 24 !3
21 !21 (15) 24 ! India, Mumbai 950,819 957,439 34 !1 861,667 08 !11
22 !22 (22) 08 ! Denmark, Copenhagen 939,197 870,072 16 !8 853,849 18 !2
23 !23 (16) 36 ! Canada, Toronto–Pearson 926,239 940,448 35 !2 1,013,477 33 !7
24 !24 (24) 31 ! United States, San Francisco 925,722 860,617 17 !8 892,735 29 !4
25 !25 (19) 33 ! Sweden, Stockholm–Arlanda 889,631 912,362 36 !2 891,493 21 !2
26 !26 (26) 17 ! Turkey, Istanbul–Atatürk 847,936 725,017 02 !17 653,169 07 !11
27 !27 (20) 18 ! South Africa, Johannesburg 840,184 886,146 38 !5 921,194 30 !4
28 !28 (29) 37 ! Austria, Vienna 778,612 731,100 23 !6 649,007 06 !13
29 !29 (30) 19 ! Portugal, Lisbon 745,611 727,335 28 !3 697,460 14 !4
30 !30 (28) 02 ! Greece, Athens 735,414 784,308 39 !6 666,171 03 !18
31 !31 (33) 23 ! Italy, Milan–Linate 733,761 647,636 08 !13 599,415 05 !16
32 !32 (35) 04 ! Spain, Barcelona 710,101 605,989 03 !17 725,005 40 !16
33 !33 (31) 34 ! Australia, Sydney 698,036 696,301 32 !0 741,583 31 !6
34 !34 (37) 05 ! Germany, Berlin–Tegel 694,503 596,543 06 !16 513,659 04 !16
35 !35 (34) 10 ! Qatar, Doha 681,034 640,782 24 !6 583,380 09 !10
36 !36 (38) 28 ! Norway, Oslo-Gardermoen 626,860 592,477 25 !6 610,700 26 !3
37 !37 (32) 35 ! Japan, Tokyo–Narita 604,045 683,186 40 !12 753,997 38 !9
38 !38 (NEW) 35 ! Germany, Dusseldorf 603,881 541,152 10 !12 525,690 15 !3
39 !39 (39) 15 ! Finland, Helsinki 591,919 578,543 31 !2 560,235 16 !3
40 !40 (36) 03 ! Thailand, Bangkok–Suvarnabhumi 579,002 597,826 37 !2 599,574 22 !0
41 !Total 40 ! 39,249,091 38,055,601 3 37,737,808 1

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