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List of the busiest airports in Iran

 

List of the busiest airports in Iran

2012 (April 2011 – March 2012) statistics

Rank Airport City Passengers
Domestic
Passengers
International
Passengers
Total
Change
2011–2012
1 Mehrabad International Airport Tehran 12,826,992 742,581 13,569,573 Increase3%
2 Mashhad International Airport Mashhad 5,087,706 1,086,192 6,173,898 Increase3%
3 Imam Khomeini International Airport Tehran 1,423 4,949,010 4,950,433 Decrease1%
4 Shiraz International Airport Shiraz 1,989,099 415,718 2,404,817 Decrease1%
5 Kish International Airport Kish 2,195,893 180,032 2,375,925 Increase3%
6 Ahwaz International Airport Ahvaz 1,856,574 128,506 1,985,080 Decrease1%
7 Isfahan International Airport Isfahan 1,536,679 431,850 1,968,529 Increase3%
8 Tabriz International Airport Tabriz 1,087,834 299,846 1,387,680 Increase1%
9 Bandar Abbas International Airport Bandar Abbas 1,026,368 119,997 1,146,365 Increase1%
10 Kerman Airport Kerman 681,449 98,751 780,200 Increase7%
11 Persian Gulf Airport Asaluyeh 641,122 0 641,122 Increase12%
12 Kermanshah Airport Kermanshah 520,101 45,822 565,923 Decrease1%
13 Zahedan International Airport Zahedan 477,941 46,249 524,190 Increase8%
14 Shahid Sadooghi Airport Yazd 363,226 84,152 447,378 Decrease2%
15 Bushehr Airport Bushehr 375,202 31,023 406,225 Increase19%

References

  • (PDF) ماهنامه آمار عملکرد شرکت فرودگاههای کشور – شماره بیست و هشتم (in Persian). Iranian Airports Holding Company. April 2012
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