US Operating Contracts

Airports Worldwide holds five airport operating contracts in the United States serving over 126 million annual passengers:

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL)

ATL is the world's busiest airport by passenger traffic (over 100 million annual passengers)

Airports Worldwide holds a contract to operate the New International Terminal (Maynard H. Jackson, Jr.) and Concourse E

Passengers annually served (2017): 103.9 million 

Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU)

RDU is the international gateway to the Raleigh/Durham metro areas and Research Triangle Metropolitan Region of North Carolina

Airports Worldwide manages Terminals 2's Resource Management Center, including the common use facilities and ramp operations

Passengers annually served (2017): 11.7 million 

Burbank Bob Hope Airport (BUR)

BUR serves the Northern Greater Los Angeles area, including Burbank, Glendale, Pasadena, Hollywood and San Fernando Valley 

Airports Worldwide holds a contract to operate the entire airport on behalf of the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority

Passengers annually served (2017): 4.7 million 

Atlantic City International Airport (ACY)

ACY is the designated airport for Atlantic City - the region's premiere entertainment destination 

Airports Worldwide holds a contract to manage commercial and general aviation operations, finance, administrations and airfield electrical on behalf of the South Jersey Transportation Authority.

Passengers annually served (2017): 1.1 million 

Middle Georgia Airport (MCN) & Macon Downtown Airport (MAC)

Middle Georgia is Macon's (Georgia) main commercial passenger airport, while Macon Downtown is Macons general aviation airport.

Airports Worldwide provides management services to operate, administer, maintain, and supervise both on behalf of the City of Macon

Ontario International Airport (ONT)

Ontario International Airport is one of Southern California’s fastest growing airports with nonstop service to 19 major airports in the U.S., Mexico and Taiwan

Airports Worldwide holds a contract to manage and operate Airport operations and provide airfield maintenance for the Ontario International Airport Authority

Passengers annually served (2017): 4.6 million