The chart below shows the number of travellers using three major airports in New York City between 1995 and 2000.
A breakdown of the number of annual passengers in three distinctive airports which are substantial in New York during a 5-year period starting from 1995 to 2000 is represented in the bar graph. The most important to note is that all of the considered airports, namely John F. Kennedy, LaGuardia, and Newark witnessed a respective rise over the period.
At the beginning of the rates. LaGuardia gained the most immense number of travellers with total roughly 35 million in 1995, whilst Newark's visitors were detected as the fewest among the three, at below 20 million of people. In the end of the period, 2000 experienced almost similar ratios in those two flight areas, yet both figures doubled to just under 70 million in LaGuardiaand slightly higher than 40 million passengers in Newark. Along the alteration, Newark airport had been clarified as stable at that number since 1998.
Unlike those mentioned airports, John F. Kennedy airport fluctuated over the five years of data collection. By 1995, there were more than 25 million visitors who entered that airport. After that, in the next two years, total guests inclined significantly by almost a half of 1995's figure, about 48 million. Then, a considerable decrease occurred until 1999before the data indicated the emergence of an upward trend of 40 million beyond that of Newark.