I spend a lot of time in airports as I travel to and from speaking engagements and other events. Recently I spoke at the Asia Mining Congress in Singapore, and next week I’ll be in Vancouver to speak at the Canadian Investor Conference.
As bustling as airports already are, they’re about to get a whole lot busier, if the analysts are correct.
Industry trade group Airlines for America estimates that 222 million passengers will fly on U.S. carriers between June 1 and August 31, surpassing the previous record set in 2007. Among those passengers will be an unheard-of 31 million people on international flights. This will push up the number of travelers passing through airports all over the world.
With that in mind, I highlighted the eight busiest airports around the globe in terms of total passenger traffic, according to the latest data from Airports Council International. Together, they serviced over 603 million people in 2014, with many more expected this year.
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