The given bar chart illustrates the number of passenger in three different international airports during five years, from 1995 to 2000 and is measured in millions of people per year. At first glance, it is obvious that the total of the traveler increased considerably in both Laguardia and Newark air terminals until the end of the period, while there was a fluctuation of visitors' rate in John F. Kennedy Airport. In any case, LaGuardia experienced the highest rate of the visitor in virtually each year.
Moving to a more detailed analysis, visitor numbers who arrived at Newark Airport began approximately 35 thousand while the total of guest in Laguardia Airport reaches over twice as many as Newark. Subsequently, 1995 to 1998 experienced a gradual improvement in the total of holiday maker in both of international airports. However, while the number of travelers in Laguardia grew steadily in following two years and reaching a high of nearly 70 thousand of people in 2000, the level of the visitor in Newark international airport was leveling off at 42 thousand of the passenger for the remainder of the period.
With regard to the passenger rate at J. F. Kennedy airport, the total of passenger stood at just under 30 thousand in 1995 and increased steadily over the following two years, with the rate reaching a peak of 45,000 passengers. However, it suddenly fell to approximately 32 thousand of guest in 1999. Finally, the rate then increased again in 2000 by 10,000 visitors compared to previous year.