World Cup 2018 by airlines, airports and routes

Routesonline looks at the top three airports, airlines and routes from each of the countries involved in this summer's FIFA World Cup.

Thirty-two countries are taking part in this summer's FIFA World Cup, battling it out in Russia for the ultimate accolade in the game. Routesonline looks at the top three airports, airlines and routes from each of the nations involved. 

The airports, airlines and routes listed are ranked by international seat capacity in 2017. 

 The data is all supplied by OAG Aviation using its OAG Schedules Analyser tool.

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