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Table 8 Degree centrality in the large global component

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

Region Airport City Country ED GRR GRC
North and central America- Caribbean John F Kennedy New York USA 62 1 9
Lester B Pearson Toronto Canada 45 2 19
Newark Liberty Newark USA 39 3 24
Miami Miami USA 36 4 27
Los Angeles Los Angeles USA 34 5 30
Europe Frankfurt Frankfurt Germany 106 1 1
Charles de Gaulle Paris France 104 2 2
Atatürk Istanbul Turkey 99 3 3
Heathrow London UK 89 4 4
Schiphol Amsterdam Netherlands 80 5 7
East and Southeast Asia Beijing Capital Beijing China 61 1 10
Suvarnabhumi Bangkok Thailand 57 2 12
Narita Tokyo Japan 56 3 13
Incheon Seoul South Korea 48 4 15
Hong Kong Hong Kong Hong Kong 47 5 16
Africa- Middle East- Southern Asia Dubai Dubai U A E 89 1 4
Hamad Doha Qatar 59 2 11
Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi U A E 42 3 22
Cairo Cairo Egypt 34 4 30
Indira Gandhi Delhi India 31 5 32
Oceania Sydney K Smith Sydney Australia 26 1 41
Melbourne Melbourne Australia 20 2 57
Auckland Auckland New Zealand 13 3 96
Perth Perth Australia 13 3 96
Brisbane Brisbane Australia 12 4 106
South America Guarulhos-G A F M São Paulo Brazil 36 1 26
El Dorado Bogotá Colombia 30 2 36
Jorge Chávez Lima Peru 22 3 53
Ministro Pistarini Buenos Aires Argentina 19 4 61
Rio G–T Jobim Rio de Janeiro Brazil 18 5 69
Russia- Central Asia- Transcaucasia Sheremetyevo Moscow Russia 84 1 6
Domodedovo Moscow Russia 77 2 8
Pulkovo St Petersburg Russia 47 3 16
Vnukovo Moscow Russia 31 4 32
Heydar Aliyev Baku Azerbaijan 23 5 51
  1. The top five inter-regional hubs in each region are reported. ED is the external degree. It measures the number of connections of an airport with airports located in the large global component. GRR is the global rank of the airport in its region. GRC is the global rank in the global component is the airport rank in the global component by decreasing external degree