Heathrow (+3%), Los Angeles (+5%), Oslo (6.6%), Manchester (+8.5%), Glasgow (+5.8%) and Edinburgh (+14%) today unveiled record breaking traffic figures for 2017.
Amsterdam Schiphol welcomed 7.7% more travellers last year than it did in 2016, handling a total of 68.4 million passengers during 2017.
London Luton Airport (LLA) handled a record 15.7 million passengers (+8.6%) in 2017 and expects more of the same this year.
Berlin's Schönefeld and Tegel airports enjoyed mixed fortunes in terms of their traffic performance in 2017, although between them they handled 33.3 million passengers to register a 1.3% rise on 2016.
Singapore Changi Airport set another major milestone today, handling more than 60 million passengers in a calendar year for the first time in its history.
Budapest Airport is set for another record breaking year of traffic growth after handling 12 million passengers in the 11 months ending November 30.
Amman's Queen Alia International Airport has recorded five consecutive months of traffic growth after handling 599,683 passengers in October – a rise of 12.6% on the corresponding period a year ago.
Heathrow has enjoyed its best ever month for cargo volumes since records began.
Dublin Airport just enjoyed the busiest October in its 77 year history, handling 2.6 million passengers (+4%) during the month.
The mile high city is set to reach an all-time traffic high in 2017 with over 60 million passengers set to have passed through the gateway by year end.