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Table 13 Core airports of the Africa-Middle East-Southern Asia component (26)

From: Revealing the component structure of the world air transportation network

Airport City Country Core degree Local rank National rank
Dubai Dubai United Arab Emirates 22 1 1
King Abdulaziz Jeddah Saudi Arabia 23 2 2
Indira Gandhi Delhi India 19 3 1
Chhatrapati Shivaji Mumbai India 20 4 2
Sharjah Sharjah United Arab Emirates 23 6 2
King Khaled Riyadh Saudi Arabia 24 7 2
Hamad Doha Qatar 19 9 1
Muscat Muscat Oman 25 10 1
Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait 22 11 1
King Fahd Dammam Saudi Arabia 24 12 3
Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates 23 13 3
Cairo Cairo Egypt 14 14 1
Bahrain Bahrain Bahrain 22 15 1
Kempegowda Bangalore India 16 17 3
Queen Alia Amman Jordan 15 20 1
Chennai Madras India 18 21 4
Jinnah Karachi Pakistan 14 22 1
Prince Mohammad Bin Abdulaziz Madinah Saudi Arabia 16 24 3
Beirut Rafic Hariri Beirut Lebanon 13 25 1
Rajiv Gandhi Hyderabad India 13 26 6
Bandaranaike Colombo Colombo Sri Lanka 17 27 1
Benazir Bhutto Islamabad Pakistan 13 28 2
Alama Iqbal Lahore Pakistan 14 33 3
Cochin Kochi India 17 34 7
Calicut Calicut India 14 37 8
Trivandrum Trivandrum India 14 38 9
Addis Ababa Bole Addis Ababa Ethiopia 5 1
Jomo Kenyatta Nairobi Kenya 8 2
Mehrabad Teheran Iran 16 1
Mashhad Mashhad Iran 18 2
Murtala Muhammed Lagos Nigeria 19 1
Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Kolkata India 23 5
  1. Airports not in the top 26 regional hubs are in bold. The core degree of a node is its number of links in the maximum k-core. Local rank is the rank in the large local component. National rank is the airport rank in its country. Airports in the top 26 regional hubs and not in the k-core are in bolditalic