Des Moines International Airport
Des Moines International Airport is Iowa's premier commercial and air cargo airport. It moves half of the state's commercial passengers, 75% of its air cargo each year and serves more than 1.8 million passengers per year. It continues to take on a more prominent position in the heart of the United States.

Domodedovo International Airport
Domodedovo is Russia's leading national airport. Servicing increasing number of Moscow, regional and foreign passengers, Domodedovo exemplifies fast-paced airport development to serve its passengers and airlines even better. With its annual throughput in 2005 expected to hit the level of 13.3 million passengers, Domodedovo is determined to solidify its position of a leading player in the European airport industry.

Dublin Airport
As owner and operator of Ireland's three major airports: Dublin, Shannon and Cork, Aer Rianta plays a pivotal role in keeping Ireland moving. The first flight took off from Dublin in 1940 and now the airport handles in excess of 11 million passengers a year, with flights to four continents.

Geneva International Airport
Geneva International Airport - Annual traffic of 8 million passengers, 100 direct destinations operated by more than 30 scheduled airlines, Multi-modal transport system with integrated railway station (150 trains per day) , Access to the Swiss and French motorway network, Shopping centre with more than 60 stores and services open 7 days a week.

Grupo Aeroportuario Centro Norte S.A. de C.V. (OMA)
Grupo Aeroportuario Centro Norte, S.A. de C.V.(OMA) is a company that operates and manages 13 airports in 9 states of the Mexican Republic, serving nearly 10 million passengers a year. OMA employs over 900 persons to offer its passengers and clients excellent airport and commercial services, in facilities that comply with all the applicable international safety and security standards.

London City Airport
London City Airport, is London's dedicated business airport and home to a number of Europe's major airlines including Air France, KLM, Lufthansa and SWISS. The airport is just 6 miles from the City of London and only 10 minutes from London's new business district at Canary Wharf.

Toronto Pearson International Airport
Toronto Pearson International Airport, is Canada's busiest airport. It currently handles more than 1,200 arrivals and departures every day - or more than 383,000 aircraft movements last year. For discussion purposes, GTAA has developed a list of almost 100 third level airport domain names, which would allow the varied functional groups at the airport to have their own unique web presence, using the predictive addressing of the .aero domain name.