The chart below shows the number of travellers using three major airports in New York City between 1995 and 2000. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.


The chart gives information about the amount of passengers in 3 airports in New York City from 1995 to 2000. Overall, LaGuardia Airport had the highest number of visitors in almost every year of the period, except in 1997 when John F. Kennedy Airport hold the number one spot.

In 1995 LaGuardia airport had about 35 million guests. This number continued to rise steadily throughout the period and reached 50 million in 1999. It then witnessed a remarkable increase of 20 million to eventually reach 70 million in 2000. Besides that, Newark airport had just about 15 million travelers in 1995. However, it began to grow gradually and reached 40 million in 1998. Afterwards the number of visitors remained unchanged.

Interestingly, the amount of people visiting John F. Kennedy airport fluctuated over the period. It stared at 25 million in 1995 and reached its peak in 1997, which is 45 million.The figure then dropped to roughly 30 million in 1999 and climbed back to just over 40 million in 2000.

The chart [ 1] gives information about compares the [ 2] amount number of passengers in 3 three airports in New York City from 1995 to 2000. Overall, La Guardia Airport had the highest number of visitors travellers in almost every year of the period, except in 1997 when John F. Kennedy Airport hold held the number one spot.

In 1995 La Guardia airport had about 35 million passengers. guests. This number continued to rise rose steadily throughout the period and reached 50 million in 1999. It then witnessed a remarkable increase of 20 million to eventually reach 70 million in 2000. Besides that, In contrast, Newark airport had just about 15 million travelers in 1995. However, [ 3] it that number began to grow gradually and it reached 40 million in 1998. Afterwards the number of visitors passengers remained unchanged.

Interestingly, the amount number of people visiting using John F. Kennedy [ 4] Airport fluctuated over the given period. It stared at 25 million in 1995 and reached its peak of 45 million passengers in 1997. , which is 45 million. The figure then dropped to roughly 30 million in 1999 and [ 5] but climbed back to just over 40 million in 2000.

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[ 1]: “gives information about” is not very specific. Every diagram gives information about something!

[ 2]: “number” is more formal when talking about people.

[ 3]: “it” refers to the airport.

[ 4]: We capitalize “Airport” because it is part of a name.

[ 5]: We use “but” when we change direction.