Finally, air travel is recovering as more countries are relaxing the COVID-19 restrictions. Even though, many economists have forecasted air travel will recover slower than most economies. Additionally, it might take up to year 2023 to go back to 2019 global RPK (Revenue Passenger Kilometers) levels.

Source: IATA/Tourism Economics, Air Passenger Forecasts

United States has the most number of airports as they cater the large volume of air and freight, passengers or goods. Canada, Russia, Brazil and Mexico are also some of the top 10 nations with most number of airports. Here are the list of countries with highest number of airport in the world:

Source: World Atlas