As Covid-19 cases keep on diving across the globe, the movement area is giving a positive indication of consistent recuperation. As of late, the Official Airline Guide (OAG) uncovered the rundown of the top 10 most active air terminals in March 2022, featuring traffic recuperation as numerous air terminals recovered their positions. The information was determined utilizing all out-carrier limits (homegrown and global) and complete recurrence in the present month and contrasted with the same month in 2019, pre-pandemic.

In March 2022, Atlanta and Dubai involved the main two situations on the rundown while India's Delhi air terminal climbed by six spots to the third spot. While London Heathrow climbed by 8 spots to find a spot interestingly this year, Tokyo Haneda reappeared in the rundown and involved the tenth spot.

Yet again the United States ruled the rundown with five air terminals making the greater part the seats in the main 10 rankings. As per the delivery, "the development of the US air terminals has come to the detriment of the Asian presence in the Global Top 10 as a portion of the enormous worldwide air terminals of 2019, for example, Beijing, Hong Kong, and Shanghai slide down from their 2019 positions impacted by movement limitations." Guangzhou is the main Chinese air terminal to come to the main ten rundowns.

Top 10 most active worldwide air terminals

• Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport

• Dubai International

• Delhi

• Guangzhou

• Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport

• Chicago O'Hare International Airport

• Denver International Airport

• Los Angeles International Airport

• Tokyo International (Haneda)

• London Heathrow Apartment

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