The international airport London-Heathrow (LHR) returns to 1st place in most connected international airports of the world, offering more connections than any other platform, according to the ranking Megahubs 2023 from OAG (Official Airlines Guide), data provider for the travel industry.
New York-John F. Kennedy International Airport moves into 2nd position among the largest international hubs, and Istanbul Airport (IST), for its part, joins the Top 10, occupying 7th place. Paris-Charles de Gaulle occupies 9th place in 2023, while the leading French airport was in 7th place in 2019. Top 20 of the largest international hubs indicates an even distribution of air connectivity, with six airports located in the Europe, Middle East/Africa region, six in North America and finally seven in Asia-Pacific.
“ OAG’s list of largest hubs illustrates the enduring vitality of international connectivity. From the return of London Heathrow to the impressive rise of Asian hubs like Kuala Lumpur, these results highlight the resilience and adaptability of the world’s airports “, comments John Grant, chief analyst at OAG.
More information on the OAG website (in English).