Beijing Capital, Dubai International and Tokyo Haneda were the busiest airports in the Asia-Pacific region in 2015, ACI Asia-Pacific confirmed today.
The number of passengers using Norway's airports continued to rise in January, the 3.3 million handled across its 46 gateways representing a 1.6% upturn on the corresponding month last year.
Denver International Airport has cemented its status as the sixth biggest gateway in the US and top 20 world ranking by handling a record 54 million passengers in 2015.
A total of 1.95 billion passengers used Europe’s airports in 2015 as traffic across the network grew by an average +5.2%, according to ACI Europe.
Houston enjoyed a year of smashed records in 2015 as more than 55 million passengers passed through the city's airports for the first time in a calendar year.
It has been a busy start to 2016 for Brussels South Charleroi Airport with passenger traffic on the rise and the opening of new retail outlets.
Detroit Metropolitan Airport (DTW) handled close to a million more travellers in 2015 to end the year with 33.4 million passengers.
With today's news that Dubai International Airport handled more than 78 million passengers last year, the top 10 list of the world's busiest airports in 2015 is beginning to take shape.
Jordan's Queen Alia International Airport ended 2015 on a high, enjoying a best ever December performance to ensure a slight upturn in passenger traffic for the calendar year.
Two of the world's most high profile gateways, Singapore Changi and Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), set new traffic record in 2015, handling 55.4 million and 74.9 million passengers respectively.