(Video) Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport - Atlanta at 100 million passengers a year
On 27 December 2015, a new tab was written in the history of civil aviation. The first airport in the world to reach the 100 threshold of millions of passengers served in a year is Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport - Atlanta.
The happy passenger is Larry Kendrick, which flew from Gulfport, Mississippi, aboard a Delta Air Lines aircraft. It was rewarded with a Nissan Altima, two Delta airline tickets and a $ 500 voucher.
In 2015, Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport - Atlanta it enjoys an increase in passenger traffic by 5% compared to 2014, when it was treated by 96.1 million passengers. As of 1998, Atlanta Airport is recognized as the busiest in the world.
Despite the large number of passengers served, Hartsfield-Jackson - Atlanta International Airport is not in the top 20 of airports with international passenger traffic.