Top ten busiest ambulance in the US?
08C in manhattan was the busiest ambulance in the US according to a firehouse magazine national run survey
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Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Atlanta, GA . Los Angeles International Airport, Los Angeles, CA . O'Hare International Airport, Chicago, IL . Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, Dallas/Fort Worth,TX . Denver International Airport, Denver, CO . John F. Kennedy Internati…onal Airport, New York, NY . San Francisco International Airport, San Francisco, CA . Charlotte Douglas International Airport, Charlotte, NC . McCarran International Airport, Las Vegas, NV . Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, Phoenix, AZ Based on passenger traffic in 2013. ( Full Answer )
The 10 rainiest cities in the U.S. by amount of annual rainfall include: . Mobile, Ala.: 67 inches average annual rainfall; 59 average annual rainy days . Pensacola, Fla.: 65 inches average annual rainfall; 56 average annual rainy days . New Orleans, La.: 64 inches average annual rainfall; 59 ave…rage annual rainy days . West Palm Beach, Fla.: 63 inches average annual rainfall; 58 average annual rainy days . Lafayette, La.: 62 inches average annual rainfall; 55 average annual rainy days . Baton Rouge, La.: 62 inches average annual rainfall; 56 average annual rainy days . Miami, Fla.: 62 inches average annual rainfall; 57 average annual rainy days . Port Arthur, Texas: 61 inches average annual rainfall; 51 average annual rainy days . Tallahassee, Fla.: 61 inches average annual rainfall; 56 average annual rainy days . Lake Charles, Louisiana Honolulu, Miami, Boston, Seattle, Orlando, New York, Chicago, Tampa Bay, Atlanta, San Francisco. ( Full Answer )
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1. Harvard University (MA). 2. Princeton University (NJ). 3. Yale University (CT). 4. Stanfored University (CA). 5. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MA). 6. California Institue of Technology. 7. Duke University (NC). 8. Columbia University (NY). 9. University of Chicago. 10. Universit…y of San Diego. 10. University of New Hampshire *. 10. Texas Christian University *. 10. Drexel University (PA). 10. University of Oklahoma . denotes a public school ( Full Answer )
So far in 2014, these are the world's 10 busiest airports bypassenger traffic: . Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Atlanta,Georgia, USA . Beijing capital International Airport, Chaoyang, Beijing, China . Dubai International Airport, Garhoud, Dubai, United ArabEmirates . Lond…on Heathrow Airport, Hilliongdon, London, United Kingdom . Tokyo International Airport, Ota, Tokyo, Japan . Los Angeles International Airport, Los Angeles, California, USA . O'Hare International Airport, Chicago, Illinois, USA . Hong Kong International Airport, Chek Lap Kok, Hong Kong, China . Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, Dallas-Fort Worth,Texas, USA . Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, Roissy-en France,lie-de-France, France ( Full Answer )
Answer . The top ten causes of death are heart disease, cancer, stroke, chronic lower respiratory disease, diabetes, influenza and pneumonia, Alzheimer's disease, Nephritis, nephrotic syndrome and nephrosis, and Septicemia.
grouper. swordfish. sea bass. tuna. dolphin (fish). cod. Additional Info: Listed on the NMFS Endangered Species List, a group of the US Fish and Wildlife Service, Atlantic Salmon, Chinook Salmon (9 listed ), Chum Salmon (2 listed), Coho Salmon (4 listed), Green Sturgeon (southern), Gulf Sturge…on, Shortnose sturgeon, Sockeye Salmon (2 listed), Smalltooth Sawfish, Steelhead Trout, (11 Listed), Totoaba. The extra listed beside each name is for the specific names of each different species.. The dolphin fish, also known as mahi mahi, dorado,or other local names, is not an endangered species. They are a common sport and food fish found in all temperate seas and the tropics. ( Full Answer )
The 12 largest passenger traffic airports (passengers in 2004 source: Airports Council International) . Airport Annual passenger traffic . 1. Atlanta (Hartsfield-Jackson) 83,578,906. 2. Chicago (O'Hare) 75,373,888. 3. London (Heathrow) 67,343,960. 4. Tokyo (Haneda) 62,320,968. 5. Los A…ngeles International 60,710,830. 6. Dallas-Forth Worth International 59,412,217. 7. Frankfurt International 51,098,271. 8. Paris (Charles De Gaulle) 50,860,561. 9 Amsterdam (Schiphol) 42,541,180. Denver International 42,393,693 . Las Vegas (McCarran) 43,436,571 . 12. Phoenix (Sky Harbor) 39,493,519. Airports Council International 2005 figures are not yet complete, but those available vary little in ranking. ( Full Answer )
According to the most current statistics I was able to find, I determined the four top US seaports to be: New York City , New York; Boston , Massachusetts; Houston , Texas; Los Angeles , California. The next six largest seaports are: New Orleans , Louisiana; Baltimore , Maryland; San Francisc…o , California; San Diego , California; Savannah , Georgia; Miami , Florida. Portland , Maine ranks 11th and Seattle, Washington ranks 13th. ( Full Answer )
Atlanta, GA (Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International) ATL 2 30,407,111 1 41,659,180 1 40,561,055 33.4 -2.6. Chicago, IL (Chicago O'Hare International) ORD 1 30,526,401 2 34,513,840 2 34,538,523 13.1 0.1. Dallas, TX (Dallas/Fort Worth International) DFW 3 26,639,351 3 27,781,723 3 28,333,481 6.4 2….0. Los Angeles, CA (Los Angeles International) LAX 4 22,799,083 4 22,966,374 4 23,120,782 1.4 0.7. Denver, CO (Denver International) DEN 6 15,246,315 6 20,261,091 5 22,239,718 45.9 9.8. Las Vegas, NV (McCarran International) LAS 9 14,116,485 5 20,690,104 6 21,147,480 49.8 2.2. Phoenix, AZ (Phoenix Sky Harbor International) PHX 7 14,807,863 7 20,077,737 7 20,330,995 37.3 1.3. Houston, TX (George Bush Intercontinental) IAH 14 11,621,912 8 18,249,888 8 19,613,422 68.8 7.5. Detroit, MI (Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County) DTW 8 14,117,157 10 17,380,159 9 17,281,152 22.4 -0.6. Minneapolis, MN (Minneapolis-St. Paul International/Wold-Chamberlain) MSP 12 12,616,095 9 17,886,902 10 17,134,607 35.8 -4.2. Newark, NJ (Newark Liberty International) EWR 11 12,952,399 12 14,878,468 11 16,271,958 25.6 9.4. Orlando, FL (Orlando International) MCO 16 10,846,685 11 15,535,919 12 15,378,208 41.8 -1.0. Philadelphia, PA (Philadelphia International) JFK 19 9,703,787 13 14,456,484 13 14,965,019 54.2 3.5. New York, NY (John F. Kennedy International) PHL 24 8,571,888 14 14,411,122 14 14,438,445 68.4 0.2. Seattle, WA (Seattle-Tacoma International) SEA 15 11,486,892 15 13,964,482 15 14,291,086 24.4 2.3. Charlotte, NC (Charlotte Douglas International) CLT 18 10,007,911 17 13,279,429 16 14,107,603 41.0 6.2. San Francisco, CA (San Francisco International) SFO 5 16,308,203 16 13,829,903 17 13,906,724 -14.7 0.6. Miami, FL (Miami International) MIA 13 11,907,895 18 12,192,270 18 12,780,840 7.3 4.8. Boston, MA (General Edward Lawrence Logan International) BOS 17 10,653,824 20 11,707,169 19 12,093,139 13.5 3.3. New York, NY (LaGuardia) LGA 20 9,593,965 19 12,119,157 20 12,071,453 25.8 -0.4. Salt Lake City, UT (Salt Lake City International) SLC 21 9,462,849 23 10,589,843 21 10,277,654 8.6 -2.9. Baltimore, MD (Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall) BWI 29 5,907,427 25 9,563,821 22 10,019,927 69.6 4.8. Washington, DC (Dulles International) IAD 35 4,758,242 21 11,599,100 23 9,553,095 100.8 -17.6. Fort Lauderdale, FL (Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International) FLL 32 4,848,058 24 10,036,938 24 9,425,289 94.4 -6.1. Chicago, IL (Chicago Midway) MDW 38 4,436,034 29 8,343,201 25 8,913,135 100.9 6.8 ( Full Answer )
The top 10 largest US islands are: . Hawai'i (Big Island), HI, 4029 sq mi . Kodiak Island, AK, 3588 sq mi . Prince of Wales Island, AK, 2577 sq mi . Chichagof Island, AK, 2080 sq mi . St. Lawrence Island, AK, 1983 sq mi . Admiralty Island, AK, 1684 sq mi . Nunivak Island, AK, 1625 sq mi . … Unimak Island, AK, 1590 sq mi . Baranof Island, AK, 1569 sq mi . Long Island, NY, 1401 sq mi The tenth (Long Island) is the largest US island in the Continental US. Hawaii. ( Full Answer )
Hartsfield-Jackson (ATL) claims the Number One Slot. . Chicago's O'Hare (ORD) ranks second. . Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) ranks third. . Los Angeles (LAX) is number four and . Denver (DEN) ranks fifth.
1. Atlanta International Airport (ATL). 2. O'Hare International Airport (ORD). 3. Los Angeles International (LAX). 4. Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW). 5. Denver International (DEN). 6. JFK New York (JFK). 7. McCarran International (LAS). 8. George Bush Intercontinental (IAH). 9. Phoenix Sky Harbor (…PHX). 10. San Francisco International (SFO). 11. Miami International (MCO). 12. Neward Liberty International (EWR). 13. Detroit Metro Wayne County (DET). 14. Charlotte Douglas International (CLT). 15. Miami International (MIA). 16. Minneapolis-St. Paul International (MSP). 17. Chicago Midway (MDW). 18. Saint Louis (STL). 19. San Diego (SAN). 20. Kansas City International (MCI) ( Full Answer )
Colonie, New York . O'Fallon, Missouri . Ramapo, New York . Mission Viejo, California . Clarkstown, New York . Amherst, New York . Lake Forest, California . Cary, North Carolina . Newton, Massachusetts . Irvine, California
Sydney . Melbourne . Brisbane . Perth . Adelaide . Gold Coast . Cairns . Canberra . Hobart . Darwin
1-shivaji international airpot(mumbai) . 2-delhi airport(delhi) . 3-chennai airport(chennai) . 4-kolkata airport (kolkata) . 5-bangalore airport (bangalore) . 6-hyderabad airport (hyderabad) . 7-cochin airport (cochin) . 8-sardar vallabhai patel airport (ahmedabad) . 9-goa airport (goa) . … 10-trivandrum airport (trivandrum) ( Full Answer )
RANK . NAME. NET WORTH ($BIL). AGE. RESIDENCE. SOURCE. 1 . William Henry Gates III. 53.0. 50. Medina, WA. Microsoft. 2 . Warren Edward Buffett. 46.0. 76. Omaha, NE. Berkshire Hathaway. 3 . Sheldon Adelson. 20.5. 73. Las Vegas, NV. casinos, hotels. 4 . Lawrence Joseph Elliso…n. 19.5. 62. Redwood City, CA. Oracle. 5 . Paul Gardner Allen. 16.0. 53. Seattle, WA. Microsoft, investments. 6 . Jim C Walton. 15.7. 58. Bentonville, AR. Wal-Mart. 7 . Christy Walton & family. 15.6. 51. Jackson, WY. Wal-Mart inheritance. 7 . S Robson Walton. 15.6. 62. Bentonville, AR. Wal-Mart. 9 . Michael Dell. 15.5. 41. Austin, TX. Dell. 9 . Alice L Walton. 15.5. 57. Fort Worth, TX. Wal-Mart. ( Full Answer )
1. baltimore 2. baltimore 3. baltimore 4. baltimore 5. baltimore 6. baltimore 7. baltimore 8. baltimore 9. baltimore 10. baltimore If you don't believe me watch "The Wire" on HBO
States by Area: . Alaska. . Texas. . California. . Montana. . New Mexico. . Arizona. . Nevada. . Colorado. . Oregon. . Wyoming.
Based on Yale University's Environmental Performance Index (EPI) for 2008, which measures factors such as a country's environmental health, air pollution, water resources and productive natural resources, ten countries have once again made it to the top of the charts as the most eco-friendly natio…ns in the world. . 1. Switzerland: Thanks in major part to Switzerland's tough legislation regarding pollution, they made it to number one on the world's most eco-friendly nations. Their long-term plans target cooperation between organizations and individuals. Individual awareness is also a factor, since Switzerland charges for their water and waste management services as well as establishing a sever environmental taxes, promoting personal responsibility. Prevention is a third key tenet, shown by the 2006 development of the Federal Office for the Environment (FOEN), meant to sustain natural resources and develop safety measures for natural hazards. . 2. Norway: Norway earns a high spot for being first home to the world's largest solar production plant, owned by REC Group . They have also taken emissions seriously, now planning on becoming carbon neutral by 2030, not 2050 as originally expected, in major part by funding green projects abroad and reducing at home driving and flying. . 3. Sweden: Sweden's mandate for a country free of fossil fuels by 2020 puts it in third. A majority of the country's power is either nuclear or hydroelectric already. Solutions for automobile and flight transport include ethanol and animal waste conversion. Furthermore, the power of waves is in the process of being harnessed as well. Thanks to development at the University of Uppsala, Sweden is developing "wave power" which converts waves into 4x as much energy as solar power in the same amount of time, with no waste and no emissions. . 4. Finland: Finland is a country showing remarkable recovery from industrialization with its initiative to clean up water and air quality in industrial areas as well as land preservation. What's more is that Finland's forests are now growing at a greater rate than they are being deforested, showing an environmental gain even with the annual timber harvest. Finland can also be attributed with starting the United Nation's Environmental Programme (UNEP) Task Force for Sustainable Building and Construction, which looks not only at the sustainability of the building, but of the resources and process used to construct it. . 5. Costa Rica: While there is a strong correlation between a country's economic wealth and their environmental stewardship, Costa Rica still scores a five on the EPI scale. With 5% of the world's biodiversity contained in one country, Costa Rica has always been on the forefront of environmental conservation. In fact, a full quarter of the nation is devoted to park preservation. But other developments such as the used on hydroelectric power in 80% of the country and the 5% gas tax which funds environmental programs put Costa Rica in fifth. . 6. Austria: Austria's environmental conservation measures are enforced by all levels of government, from federal to municipal authorities. Waste disposal especially is a highly regulated department encompassing everything from individual waste to cooperate chemical, air and agricultural pesticide pollution. Water quality and forest preservation, however, is the highest priority. The quality level for Austria's lakes and rivers is some of the highest in the world. The development of Austria's National Protective Forest Plan has also helped in keeping the nations natural beauty pristine. . 7. New Zealand: This nation's relatively small population in relation to land mass has helped preserve this nation's natural resources. While automotive emissions do prove a real threat, as well as industrial pollutants, New Zealand is working hard to develop restrictive legislation and alternative energy sources. The nation was also host to the 2008 World Environment Day, as well as developing the Environmental Risk Management Authority, which regulates the introduction of non-native species and environmental components to determine their threat to New Zealand's pristine atmosphere. . 8. Latvia: Latvia's relatively small size is no indicator of their pride in their natural resources. By monitoring and reducing water pollution, their salmon and freshwater bodies are all in the range of "good." Lativia has also begun dismantling unnecessary and pollutive farms to reduce fertilizer and insecticide chemicals and allow room for the return of natural forests. In fact, since 1990 Lativa has decreased stationary pollution by 46% and wastewater by 44%, devoting a major portion of environmental funds to water treatment and energy conservation techniques. . 9. Colombia: Beating Costa Rica, Colombia is home to 10% of the world's species, with a wealth of ecological diversity. While Colombia has had problems in the past concerning deforestation, the detrimental effects of the coca trade, and political strife involving their natural oil deposits, all these factors have helped to move Colombia towards energy conservation and new, less politically tumultuous resources. Colombia has also begun programs for the cultivation of natural parks that support the growth of native medicinal plants. The Orito Igni-Ande Medicinal Flora Sanctuary is a 10,626 hectare preserve that may just show that Colombia is on the right track. . 10. France: The French government is very aware of the problem of climate change, and it is for this reason that France has made tenth of the list. Their strict environmental protection measures are incorporated into the national Constitution and reviewed every year with the eventual goal of 54 million tons of saved C02 by 2010, one of the few in the Kyoto agreement to cut such a large amount of emissions in so short a time. These laws are also comprehensive, covering every setup of production from supplier to producer to consumer, also helping to make them the number one producer of renewable energy sources in the EU, 78% of its energy being nuclear powered, which in turn has reduced nitrogen oxide and other hazardous emissions by 70%. . Perhaps these results will help the US in reducing both their enormous consumption of natural resources and in reliable initiatives to restore the environment. ( Full Answer )
I have wondered the same thing too. The two most common answers that I have been able to find are Interstate 80 and Interstate 95. If I would guess, I-95 is probably busier in terms of traffic density, however, since I-80 is much longer, I-80 may carry more traffic overall.
The top 10 universities vary according to the program that they univeristy is offering and the ranking criteria adopted. Even for a single discipline, for e.g business, various agences ranks various schools and assign them different ranks.. I would advise two thngs:. a) please read more about rank…ing and the views: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Criticism_of_college_and_university_rankings_ (2007_United_States). b) log into the website http://www.usnews.com/sections/rankings/index.html to get an idea about the ranings and various steps within the rankings scenario.. Regards ( Full Answer )
In order of richest to poorest. Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, Larry Ellison, Christy Walton, Sheldon Adelson, Charles Koch, David Koch, Jim Walton, Alice Walton and Robson Walton.
Brentwood NY does over 6000 ems calls every year which is busier then the busiest city station. 1- Philidelphia PA 9,011 events M8 2- Baltimore City MD 8,063 events M7 3- Chicago IL 7,931 events A10 Yet I am not sure the shifts that number one and two work, but Chicago Medics are on 24…s ( Full Answer )
washington engine 30 \n. san Francisco, California \n. las vegas, Nevada \n. columbus, Ohio \n. Philadelfia, Pa
port of shanghai. port of singapore. port of rotterdam. port of hong kong. port of new york
Here are the top 10 girl names in the US: . 1. Emily . 2. Sarah . 3. Hannah . 4. Olivia . 5. Mandy . 6. Taylor . 7. Amanda . 8. Shelby . 9. Sally . 10. Lucy
\nBusiest what?\n. \nNew York has the busiest stock exchange.\n. \nFlorida has the busiest funeral directors.\n. \nCalifornia has the busiest movie industry.
Based on circulation they are: USA Today Circulation: 2,281,831 Wall Street Journal Circulation: 2,070,498 New York Times Circulation: 1,121,623 Los Angeles Times Circulation: 907,997 Washington Post Circulation: 740,947 New York Daily News Circulation: 708,773 Chica…go Tribune Circulation: 643,086 New York Post Circulation: 565,679 Long Island Newsday Circulation: 527,744 Houston Chronicle Circulation: 477,493 ( Full Answer )
I don't know of ten but I know the number one college for fashion in America is The New York Fashion Institute Of Technology (FIT) and Parsons The New School For Design. Otis College, The School Of The Art Insitute Of Chicago, Pratt and RISD are also good as well.
The most common bilingual jobs would be in customer service, particularly with companies and government agencies with toll free customer service lines. Other places were bilingual employment is usually available are hospitals, social service organizations, government agencies in many capacities, hum…an resources departments of larger companies or agencies. There are many more. Please see the link below to twolingos.com ( Full Answer )
10. hey baby drop it on the floor, 9. coing home, 8. what's my name, 7. what the hell, 6. we r who we r, 5. the time (dirty bit), 4. tonight (i'm lovin' it), 3. firework, 2. grenade, 1. hold it against me
The Katy freeway in Houston, TX is the busiest in USA. Hwy 401 in Toronto ONtario is the busiest in North America.
When it comes to total call volume i believe the FDNY has thehighest amount of calls. But a large amount of these calls aremedical roughly 700,000 of the 1,000,000 alarms. In Detroit thefire department responds to roughly 500,000 fire calls not medicalcalls 200,000 more then FDNY also they respond t…o I believe it wasalmost 200,000-300,000 more structure fires a year over FDNY. Yetsome how they have a much smaller budget, equipment that should beout of service and fewer firefighters. ( Full Answer )
The Virginia Beach Volunteer Rescue Squad is an all volunteer organization that ran just under 13,000 calls for service in 2010
1 . . Singers. 91.7 . 2 . . Municipal Fire Fighters. 90.0. 3 . . Aircraft Assemblers - Structure, Surfaces, Rigging & Systems. 83.3. 4 . . Pediatricians - General. 80.0. 5 . . College Professors - Communications. 79.2. 6 . . Educational, Vocational & School Counselors. 78.8. 7 . . … Managers/Supervisors of Animal Husbandry & Animal Care Workers. 78.6. 8 . . Criminal Investigators & Special Agents. 77.5. 9 . . College Instructors - Other. 77.3. 10 . . Therapists, Other. 77.1. ( Full Answer )
NFL (National Football League) NBA (National Basketball Association) MLB (Major League Baseball) NCAA football (college football) NCAA basketball (college basketball) NASCAR (stock car racing) WWE (professional wrestling) NHL (National Hockey League) AFL (Arena Football Leagu…e) WNBA (Women's National Basketball Association) MLS (Major League Soccer) IRL (Indy Racing League) ( Full Answer )
The top ten dairy producing states in the United States are as follows: California- 40,683 Wisconson-24,080 New York- 12,103 Idaho- 11,549 Pennsylvania- 10,682 Michigan-7,598 Texas-7,379 Washington-5,531 Massachusetts- 255 *numbered in millions of pounds of dairy produced each year
Memphis International Airport . Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport . Louisville International Airport . Miami International Airport . Los Angeles International Airport . O'Hare International Airport . John F. Kennedy International Airport . Indianapolis International Airport . Newar…k Liberty International Airport . Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport ( Full Answer )
The most "popular" protestant religions in the US: 1. Baptist 2. Pentecostal 3. Lutheran 4. Mormon (Latter-Day Saints) 5. Presbyterian 6. Methodist 7. Anglican (Episcopal) 8. Adventist 9. Church of Nazarene 10. Church of the Brethren
It is in reverse so that passengers in vehicles in front of the ambulance can read the word in their car's mirrors.
Due to the wedding taking place, the church carpark was the busiest I have ever seen it.
Blue Island Junction in Illinois has 75 to 100 trains daily. CSX, CN and IHB mainlines meet here.
I wouldn't be surprised if it were. It probably is. However, the I-405 in the Los Angeles area is very busy 24-7 even at night, so that may also be it. I-80 could be as well, since it goes through many big cities and is long. You may be right or wrong. I don't know.
That depends on what type of ambulance you are talking about. Emergency Ambulance: most common type which provide care to people with an illness or injury. It can be road-going van, boat, helicopter, or fixed-wing aircraft also known as air ambulance. Patient transport ambulance: a vehicle in which …is used for transporting patients to, from or between different places for medical treatment such as hospital or dialysis for any non-urgent care. Response unit: this is also known as a fly-car and is used to reach an acutely ill or injured patient quickly so that they may give on site medical care. This type of ambulance however does not have the ability to transport patients. Response units must be backed up by an emergency ambulance. Response units can be anything from a standard car, modified van, motorcycle, bicycle, quads or horses. Charity ambulance: special type of transport ambulance for the purpose of taking sick children or adults on trips/vacations away from hospitals, hospices or care homes where they are for long term care. ( Full Answer )
They are synonymous thus interchangeable but "top ten" is more commonly used and is easier to read.
1. Russia 2. Israel 3. United Kingdom 4. Uzbekistan 5. Turkmenistan 6. Tajikistan 7. Kazakhstan 8. Kyrgyzstan 9. Azerbaijan 10. Turkey
1. North Korea 2. Armenia 3. Iran 4. Syria 5. Venezuela 6. Laos 7. Vietnam 8. North Sudan 9. Zimbabwe 10. Belarus
Hartsfield-Jackson in Atlanta is the busiest airport in USA in both passengers and aircraft movements. Busiest for cargo tonnage handled is Memphis International, the hub for many cargo and delivery services.
Hong Kong International Airport, Chek Lap Kok, Hong Kong . Memphis International Airport, Memphis, Tennessee, UnitedStates . Shanghai Pudong International Airport, Pudong, Shanghai, China . Incheon International Airport, Incheon, Seoul National CapitalArea, South Korea . Dubai International …Airport, Dubai, United Arab Emirates . Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, Anchorage, Alaska,United States . Louisville International Airport, Louisville, Kentucky, UnitedStates . Frankfurt Airport, Flughafen, Frankfurt, Hesse, Germany . Paris-Charles de GaulleAirportSeine-et-Marne/Seine-Saint-Denis/Val-d'Oise, Ãle-de-France,France . Narita International Airport, Narita, Chiba, KantÅ, HonshÅ«,Japan ( Full Answer )