What Are Some Large U.S. Airports?

Large airports in the United States include Denver International Airport, Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, Chicago O'Hare International Airport, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and Los Angeles International Airport. George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston is another of the United States' largest airports, as is John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City.

Denver International Airport is the biggest airport by area in the United States. With over 31 million annual passengers, it is also one of the busiest. Denver International Airport serves many carriers, including regional carriers like Frontier Airlines and Southwest Airlines, as well as major airlines such as United.

Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport is large enough to have its own postal code and post office. With a total of five terminals, it is the second largest airport in the United States and is a major hub for American Airlines.

Another of America's largest airports, Chicago O'Hare International, is a hub of United Airlines and also one of the busiest airlines in the world. Hartsfield-Jackson International in Atlanta is the primary airport for travelers to the Southeastern United States and has over 150 domestic gates. Los Angeles International Airport, also known as LAX, operates a large international terminal to serve the high numbers of travelers visiting the United States from Asia.