Cities and Towns in the United States /Airport

Often located near a major city, an airport is a key infrastructure in regional, national and international air transport. Its buildings and facilities are used for controlling air traffic, boarding passengers and baggage and handling cargo.They vary in size as they can be designed to only to accommodate small aircrafts or, on the contrary, to authorise landings of large aircrafts and to manage an annual flow of up to tens of millions of passengers for the most frequented international airports.