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Passenger Boarding (Enplanement) and All-Cargo Data for U.S. Airports

Airports

Passenger (enplanement) and cargo data is extracted from the Air Carrier Activity Information System (ACAIS), a database that contains revenue passenger boarding and all-cargo data. The database supports the FAA's Airport Improvement Program (AIP) apportionment formula calculations. More about the collection and use of passenger and all-cargo data »

Passenger boarding and all-cargo data is collected for a full calendar year and is used in calculating AIP entitlements for the next full fiscal year (i.e., calendar year 2020 data determines Fiscal Year 2022 entitlement funds).

  • Preliminary Calendar Year 2020 enplanement and all-cargo data became available in early June 2021.
  • Final Calendar Year 2020 enplanement and all-cargo data became available in August 2021.

See Abbreviations for an explanation of the abbreviations used in the enplanements and cargo files column headings.

CY 2020 Passenger Boarding Data
Passenger Boardings, Rank Order, and Percent Change from 2019 (updated 11/8/2021) Other Format
Enplanements at All Commercial Service Airports (by Rank) (PDF) MS Excel
(Use to sort by state)
Enplanements at All Airports (Primary, Non-primary Commercial Service, and General Aviation) by State and Airport (PDF) MS Excel
CY 2020 All-Cargo Airports by Landed Weight
Cargo Data (updated 8/12/2021) Other Format
Qualifying Cargo Airports, Rank Order, and Percent Change from 2019 (PDF) MS Excel
(Use to sort by state)

Previous Calendar Year Data

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Abbreviations

  • CY = Calendar Year (January 1 through December 31)
  • RO = FAA Regional Office
  • ST = Abbreviation for U.S. State or Territory
  • Locid = Location Identifier for a specific airport
  • S/L = Service Level - These are Airport Categories (P = Primary, CS = Commercial Service, GA = General Aviation).
  • Hub = Hub Size and applies to Commercial Service Airport Categories (L = Large, M = Medium, S = Small, Non = Nonhub, and None = Nonprimary CS, Nonhub) based on total CY enplanements.

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