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Table 17 Core airports of the global component (24)

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

Airport City Country Core degree Global rank
Frankfurt am Main Frankfurt Germany 16 1
Charles de Gaulle Paris France 16 2
Atatürk Istanbul Turkey 16 3
London Heathrow London United Kingdom 16 4
Dubai Dubai United Arab Emirates 19 5
Sheremetyevo Moscow Russia 19 6
Amsterdam Schiphol Amsterdam Netherlands 16 7
John F Kennedy New York United States 19 9
Beijing Capital Beijing China 18 10
Hamad Doha Qatar 17 11
Narita Tokyo Japan 17 13
Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Rome Italy 16 14
Incheon Seoul South Korea 18 15
Hong Kong Hong Kong Hong Kong 17 16
Lester B. Pearson Toronto Canada 17 19
Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates 17 22
Munich Munich Germany 15 23
Guarulhos-Governador A F Montoro Sao Paulo Brazil 16 26
Shanghai Pudong Shanghai China 17 28
Zurich Zurich Switzerland 15 29
Los Angeles Los Angeles United States 16 30
Indira Gandhi Delhi India 16 32
Washington Dulles Washington United States 16 38
Chicago O’Hare Chicago United States 17 39
Domodedovo Moscow Russia 8
Suvarnabhumi Bangkok Thailand 12
Adolfo S Madrid–Barajas Madrid Spain 17
Pulkovo St. Petersbourg Russia 18
Singapore Changi Singapoer Singapore 20
Kuala Lumpur Kuala Lumpur Malaysia 21
Newark Liberty Newark United States 24
  1. Airports not in the top 24 inter-regional hubs are in bold. The core degree of a node is its number of links in the maximum k-core. Global rank is the rank in the large local component. Airports in the top 24 inter-regional hubs and not in the k-core are in bolditalic