It’s the busiest year of aviation in recent history.
But the busiest city in the Americas is a far cry from the world’s busiest airport.
The top five most populous American cities, according to data compiled by the Brookings Institution, were: New York City: 2,846,000; Los Angeles: 1,852,000, Chicago: 1.5 million; San Francisco: 1 million; Seattle: 1 billion.
New York, which was ranked third by Brookings, is also home to the most U.S. aircraft: 2.2 million.
It’s also one of the busiest cities in North America, according in the latest figures from the Federal Aviation Administration, which keeps a tally of daily flights.
In 2015, it was the 12th busiest airport in the country.
Largest city in U.K. The largest city in Britain’s north east has a population of 723,000 and is one of two major hubs for air traffic.
Its airport is in Harrogate, south east London, which is home to London’s City Hall and the home of the Olympic Stadium.
According to the FAA, it is home of London’s airport terminal and the airport’s terminal building, which handles commercial flights.
The biggest city in Canada The biggest cities on the continent of Europe are in cities like Lyon, France, which has the third-biggest population of European cities after Madrid and London.
It is home, in addition to the city of Lyon, to the French capital, Paris.
It has the largest airport in Europe, La Palma, which serves both domestic and international flights.
As a result, the airport has more than 8,000 employees and handles nearly half of the world airport’s traffic.
The second-largest city in Australia The third-largest cities in Australia are in the cities of Newcastle, New South Wales, and Perth, with a combined population of 2.3 million.
The city of Newcastle is also the hub for the Perth Airport, which operates domestic and foreign flights, including international ones, and is the largest international airport in Australia.
It hosts the Sydney International Airport, the nation’s largest airport.