You can find on this page the USA airports map to print and to download in PDF. The map of USA airport presents details of location and international airports of USA in Americas.

Map of USA airports

The USA airports map shows location of airports in USA. This airports map of USA will allow you to determine which airport you will used to leave or arrive in USA in Americas. The USA international airports map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

The USA has advanced air transportation infrastructure which utilizes approximately 5,000 paved runways. In terms of passengers, seventeen of the world thirty busiest airports in 2004 were in the USA, including the world busiest, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport as its mentioned in the map of USA airports. In terms of cargo, in the same year, twelve of the world thirty busiest airports were in the USA, including the world busiest, Memphis International Airport.

The largest airport in USA and the world is Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Airport as you can see in the map of USA airports. There are three airports in close proximity to Manhattan New York: New York JFK Airport, New York La Guardia Airport and Newark Liberty Airport (New Jersey). Located in Michigan, Detroit Metropolitan Airport (DTW) covers 19.6km², featuring six runways and two terminals. New York biggest airport is John F Kennedy (JFK) International Airport, spanning 21.04km² in the eastern borough of Queens. San Francisco International Airport (SFO) is 13 miles south of downtown San Francisco in California, covering 21.07km². The airport handled more than 55 million passengers in 2017, making it the 24th busiest in the world.

O’Hare International Airport (ORD) spans 30.86km² in the north-west metropolitan area of Chicago. It is the busiest airport in USA and sixth busiest in the world, handling 79 million passengers and experiencing 867,049 aircraft movements in 2017. Located four miles west of the city, Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) covers 31.16km² as its shown in the map of USA airports, featuring three terminals, four runways and three helipads. The International Terminal offers US customs facilities for scheduled and chartered flights. Terminal 2 is reserved for Delta Air Lines, KLM and SkyWest Airlines, while Terminal 1 is used by all other airlines.