Latin America’s Top 50 Cargo Airports (2010)

Ranked by metric tons in 2010  

Rank
Ch.
City/Country
Code
MT
’10/’09

1
same
Bogota, Colombia
BOG
526,844
17.0
%

2
same
São Paulo, Brazil 
GRU
430,850
12.6
%

3
same
Mexico City, Mexico
MEX
397,142
22.0
%

4
same
Santiago, Chile
SCL
285,427
11.6
%

5
same
Lima, Peru
LIM
271,794
17.0
%

6
same
Campinas, Brazil
VCP
255,008
38.0
%

7
same
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
EZE
212,890
30.8
%

8
same
Quito, Ecuador
UIO
169,571
19.2
%

9
same
Manaus, Brazil 
MAO
157,156
10.2
%

10
+1
Guadalajara, Mexico
GDL
130,785
32.4
%

11
-1
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
GIG
108,382
-2.2
%

12
+1
Medellin, Colombia
MDE
105,265
17.8
%

13
+1
Panama City, Panama
PTY
98,922
17.9
%

14
-2
Caracas, Venezuela 
CCS
85,655
39.6
%

15
same
San Jose, Costa Rica
SJO
80,723
11.7
%

16

Santo Domingo, Dom. Rep.
SDQ
60,454
22.3
%

17
-1
Guayaquil, Ecuador
GYE
59,142
7.0
%

18
+2
Managua, Nicaragua
MGA
57,573
36.7
%

19
-1
Salvador, Brazil
SSA
48,770
8.9
%

20
+2
Monterrey, Mexico
MTY
48,710
42.4
%

21
same
Fortaleza, Brazil
FOR
48,336
24.2
%

22
-3
Recife, Brazil
REC
38,018
-15.1
%

23
same
Cali, Colombia
CLO
34,382
4.0
%

24
-7
Brasilia, Brazil 
BSB
32,651
-35.2
%

25
+3
Montevideo, Uruguay
MVD
27,395
13.2
%

26
+1
Barranquilla, Colombia
BAQ
27,380
2.6
%

27
-3
Porto Alegre, Brazil
POA
26,969
-11.3
%

28
+2
San Luis Potosi, Mexico
SLP
26,754
11.6
%

29
+7
Cancun, Mexico
CUN
26,558
62.1
%

30
+1
San Salvador, El …

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