Busiest Australian and New Zealand airports in 2011


Source: goway.co.au

Source: goway.co.au

Below is a list of the sixteen busiest airports in Australia and New Zealand for 2011. All had total passengers of one million or more during the year.

Kingsford Smith - Source: 16right.com

Kingsford Smith – Source: 16right.com

  1. Sydney (Kingsford Smith), New South Wales – 36.6 million
  2. Melbourne, Victoria – 27.6 million
  3. Brisbane, Queensland – 20.3 million
  4. Auckland, New Zealand – 13.7 million
  5. Perth, Western Australia – 11.3 million
  6. Adelaide, South Australia – 7.0 million
  7. Christchurch, New Zealand – 5.6 million
  8. Gold Coast, Queensland – 5.3 million
  9. Wellington, New Zealand – 5.1 million
  10. Cairns, Queensland – 3.8 million
  11. Canberra, Capital Territory – 3.2 million
  12. Hobart (Cambridge), Tasmania – 1.8 million
  13. Darwin, Northern Territories – 1.7 million
  14. Townsville, Queensland – 1.6 million
  15. Melbourne (Avalon), Victoria – 1.4 million
  16. Queenstown, New Zealand – 1.0 million
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