Airports are the weird in-between places where humans wander during their journeys. How much do you know about the world's airports?
The airport code for Atlanta is ATL.
The course is even approved by the United States Golf Association.
You can fly to around 120 destinations from this airport.
By total area, this is the largest airport on Earth.
Chicago O'Hare has eight active runways.
This one is located in Houston.
More than 64 million travelers pass through the gates at DFW each year.
Other airports have also installed boxes that give travelers "amnesty" instead of risking flights with weed.
Atlanta came in just ahead of Beijing.
That number represents a more than 5% increase over 2014.
That's more than one plane per minute.
It's now known as Ataturk, the site of a major terrorist attack in June 2016.
A related app captures a picture of you and your coat so that it is ready on your return.
The airport has about 150 flights per day.
Kansai International is so large (2.5 by 1.6 miles) that you could see it from space.
It is one of the shortest commercial runways in the world.
Planes alternate with cars; limited land space is the reason for this configuration.
Nearly 40 million people pass through this airport every year.
It was greatly expanded for military purposes but World War II ended before its completion.
And yes, the runway is affected by the incoming tides.
Dubai's international traffic is ahead of even London Heathrow.
The Great Recession led to two years of major declines at the airport.
A light rail system connects all three.
It is more than 40 stories high.
Volcanic ash from Iceland disrupted flights all over Europe.
The second largest is in the United States, in Memphis.
About 40 million people fly to and from this location in Mississauga, Ontario.
Behind Frankfurt, it is the second-busiest airport in Germany.
Pass through Frankfurt and you can fly to any of 113 countries.
The hill has a grade of nearly 19%, making it a tricky landing even for experienced pilots.