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Table 15 Core airports of the South America component (16)

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

Airport City Country Core degree Local rank National rank
Guarulhos-Governador André Franco Montoro Sao Paulo Brazil 13 1 1
Viracopos Campinas Brazil 13 3 2
Presidente Juscelino Kubistschek Brasilia Brazil 14 5 3
Rio Galeao–Tom Jobim Rio De Janeiro Brazil 14 6 4
Tancredo Neves Belo Horizonte Brazil 15 7 5
Congonhas Sao Paulo Brazil 10 10 6
Deputado Luiz E Magalhaes Salvador Brazil 12 11 7
Salgado Filho Porto Alegre Brazil 8 13 8
Afonso Pena Curitiba Brazil 10 14 9
Santos Dumont Rio De Janeiro Brazil 11 15 10
Pinto Martins Fortaleza Brazil 8 17 12
Guararapes-Gilberto Freyre Recife Brazil 8 18 13
Santa Genoveva Goiania Brazil 8 25 16
Eurico de Aguiar Salles Vitoria Brazil 8 26 17
Governador Aluízio Alves Natal Brazil 8 29 18
Leite Lopes Ribeirao Preto Brazil 8 32 20
El Dorado Bogota Colombia 2 1
Jorge Newbery Airpack Buenos Aires Argentina 4 1
Jorge Chavez Santiago Chile 9 1
Ministro Pistarini Buenos Aires Argentina 12 2
Tancredo Neves Belo Horizon Brazil 7 5
  1. Airports not in the top 16 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 16 regional hubs and not in the k-core are in bolditalic