Continental U.S. airports with the most non-stop flights to international destinations. Average daily departures scheduled for January 2008 and change from January 2007.
Airport (rank) Daily departures Pct. change
Miami 180 2.7%
New York John F. Kennedy 178 8.5%
Los Angeles 146 0.7%
Chicago O'Hare 131 4.8%
Houston Bush Intercontinental 122 2.5%
Newark 118 11.0%
Atlanta 94 -0.8%
Fort Lauderdale 80 23.0%
San Francisco 66 9.4%
Dallas/Fort Worth 65 -5.3%
Washington Dulles 57 18.2%
Boston 47 12.1%
New York LaGuardia327.5%
West Palm Beach, Fla.12-1.3%
Salt Lake City11-26.4%
Washington Reagan National9-1.0%
Bradley (Windsor Locks, Conn.)714.1%
Source: USA TODAY analysis of schedule data from OAGback Aviation Solutions
Arrival: A Northwest Airlines flight arrives at Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks, Conn. Daily international non-stop departures at the airport are increasing to seven, or 14%, next year.
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