Sky Giants Unveiled: Journey Through America's Top 10 Largest Airports

Denver International Airport (DEN) takes the lead in sheer size, covering 135.69 sq km. With 6 runways, including the largest in the US at 16,000 feet, DEN stands as a testament to modern airport infrastructure.

Denver International Airport

Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW), sprawling over 70 sq km, boasts 5 terminals and 191 gates. Linked by the Skylink people mover, DFW's modernization project reflects its status as the 12th busiest airport globally.

Dallas Fort Worth International Airport

Orlando International Airport (MCO), nestled in Florida, covers 54 sq km. With connections to Walt Disney World, MCO plans to add a new terminal to accommodate its 50 million annual visitors.

Orlando International Airport

Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD), spanning 53 sq km, serves as a gateway to the nation's capital. With 3 terminals and 113 gates, IAD offers a smooth travel experience just 45 minutes away from DC.

Dulles International Airport

George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) in Houston, with 40 sq km, pioneers contactless customer service. Handling 40 million passengers annually, IAH ensures a seamless travel experience in the heart of Texas.

George Bush Intercontinental Airport

Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC), surrounded by 31 sq km of Utah beauty, connects seamlessly with the TRAX system. With ongoing renovations, SLC accommodates its 24 million annual passengers.

Salt Lake City International Airport

O’Hare International Airport (ORD), with 30.86 sq km, stands central in the Midwest. Boasting 7 runways and 191 gates, ORD's architects work tirelessly to enhance traffic flow for its 80 million passengers.

O’Hare International Airport

San Francisco International Airport (SFO), covering 21.07 sq km, tackles noise issues with a quiet airport initiative. As the only Bay Area representative, SFO accommodates 55 million passengers annually.

San Francisco International Airport

John F Kennedy Airport (JFK), spanning 21.04 sq km, juggles 8 terminals and a massive expansion project. Despite delays, JFK remains a vital part of New York's air travel landscape, handling 60 million passengers yearly.

John F Kennedy Airport

Detroit Metropolitan Airport (DTW), nestled within 19.6 sq km just outside the city, surprises with its bustling activity. Handling 34 million passengers annually, DTW accommodates its traffic with 103 gates and four concourses.

Detroit Metropolitan Airport