The bar chart gives information about how many passengers used three main airports (John F. Kennedy, LaGuardia and Newark) in New York City every year from 1995 and 2000.
Overall, it is clearly seen from the chart that the most used airport was LaGuardia because the level of travellers at LaGuardia rose during the five years.
In 1995, the number of passengers at John F. Kennedy airport started at 25m and this number grew to 45m by 1997. The following two years, the figure dropped gradually to 31m before increasing suddenly to 45m in 2000. On the other hand, visitors of the LaGuardia airport went up stably from 35m to 50m between 1995 and 1999. The next year this level showed the highest result of the chart by reaching to 60m passengers. However, if we look at Newark airport, it illustrated the lowest figure (25m) in 1995. After this point, the trend increased significantly to 41m by 1998 and last two years it remained stable at 41m.