Aviation Report: Megahub airports to dominate in the future

October 13, 2015

Business, Did you know?, International

Aviation Report: Megahub airports to dominate in the future

According to a report released by aviation data firm OAG, Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson Airport is the world’s largest megahub, followed by O’Hare. Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport is the third largest and the second fastest growing in the world. Charlotte Douglas International Airport is the 4th largest megahub in the world.

Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport
Photo of Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

OAG has the knowledge, experience and capability to provide reliable, high quality, up-to-the-minute aviation data, offering essential information and innovative travel planning solutions. Our products are vital to strategic and commercial planning, driving key business decisions and delivering Absolute Aviation Advantage across the worldwide air transport industry.

Headquartered in Luton, UK with international offices in the USA, China, Japan and Singapore, OAG provides solutions for the global passenger, aviation, air cargo logistics and travel and tourism communities.

Airport Megahub

Airport Megahub

Airport Megahub

Airport Megahub

Airport Megahub

Airport Megahub

Airport Megahub

Airport Megahub

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Video: OGA Magahub Index 2015

OAG Megahubs Index 2015 from OAG Aviation on Vimeo.

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Charlotte Douglas International Airport expansion

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