martes, 20 de septiembre de 2011

Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport


Hartsfield–Jackson held its ranking as the world's busiest airport in 2010 (AND NOW IN 2011), both in terms of passengers and number of flights, by accommodating 89 million passengers (243,000 passengers daily) and 950,119 flights. Amazing, isn't it?

18 comentarios:

  1. And I thought the airport I went to was busy.

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  2. Thats massive! It's a shame I'll never go to it. Who knows?

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  3. Yeah, it's really massive. Been there, i try to avoid it by picking other routes if possible though.

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  4. incredible wallpaper, man :P

    def +follow
    (much love from cagedgreatness.com if you're interested !)

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  5. And Brazil needs airports to world cup, not doing anything ...

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  6. Looks big.. 89 million. Okay, that's way more than my country. A million damn flights. This is quite amazing, I would not want to use it though.

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  7. Wow that's bigger than China's new airport in Beijing o.O

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  8. It looks like its a big hot place. I would how many air-cons they use to keep the passengers cool indoors.

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  9. So much travel, simply uncomprehendable!

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  10. wow you took the picture from a plane? or google earth's new version is THAT amazing? hahaha

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  11. Really? I always thought the Hong Kong airport held that title.

    Huh.

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