America is home to some of the best and busiest airports for international travel. Whether you are looking to sip the tea in England or jet down to the Caribbean or go for an adventure trip to some other continent, US airports provides you with some of the best international connectivity. AirTkt lists down for you the top 10 US airports for international travel in 2019.
John F. Kennedy International Airport (New York City)
With more than 120 international routes and 90 airlines, John F. Kennedy is one of the busiest airports in North America. Handling arrivals and departures from almost every international airline in the world, this airport is also the primary international airport serving New York City.
Los Angeles International Airport (Los Angeles)
Commonly referred to as LAX, it is the largest and busiest international airport on the U.S West Coast. With a count of 61.5 million domestic and 26 million international passengers, it serves as a major connection point for passengers travelling internationally.
Miami International Airport (Miami)
With more than 100 air carriers, it is the second busiest international passenger airport. Due to its expanded number of direct flights to almost any region of the world, it’s one of the most preferred one.
Tampa International Airport (Florida)
Offering non-stop flights and countless connections, this airport makes it really easy for locals to hop the pond and travel abroad.
Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (Detroit)
Second largest hub for Delta Airlines’, it is an important airport for domestic and international flights. Top destinations from the airport include Atlanta, Orlando, Amsterdam, Paris and Las Vegas.
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (Arizona)
Arizona’s largest and busiest airport has a distinctive and modern style of its own. It has also recently introduced a lot of non-stop and seasonal international flights, bringing Europe closer to American Southwest.
Indianapolis International Airport (Indiana)
With a record breaking traffic of 4.7 million, the airport has recently launched non-stop flights to Europe and Mexico. Currently, it averages 145 daily plane flights to 51 nonstop destinations.
O’Hare International Airport (Chicago)
A major connecting airport with approximately 124 daily direct flights to 62 international destinations from all over the world.
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (Texas)
Spanning across an area of more than 17000 acres, this airport sees more than 69 million passengers each year offering airline service to 244 destinations worldwide, including 62 international destinations.
Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport (Texas)
With a non-stop connection to 5 continents via 27 airlines, Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport is rated the second best U.S airport in 2019.
So pick your next destination and make your online flight booking via these airports to get some of the best and quick connectivity to anywhere around the globe.