The Hartsfield-Jackson airport in Atlanta is still the busiest in the world, a new report has found.
According to preliminary world airport traffic data from Airports Council International (ACI), more than 94 million passengers passed through Atlanta's airport hub in 2013.
The airport saw a total of 911,074 takeoffs and landings, the Mashable reports.
According to the report, Beijing Capital International Airport ranked second largest, with nearly 84 million passengers.
The list of 10 busiest airports in 2013, with the number of passengers that traveled through them, is given below:
Atlanta - 94,431,224
Beijing - 83,712,355
London - 72,368,061
Tokyo - 68,906,509
Chicago - 66,777,161
Los Angeles - 66,667,619
Dubai - 66,431,533
Paris - 62,052,917
Dallas/Fort Worth - 60,470,507
Jakarta - 60,137,347