John F. Kennedy International Airport located in Queens, New York is the busiest international passenger airport in the United States. With over 59 million total passengers per year, it is also the 6th busiest airport in the United States and 22nd busiest in the world. JFK has flights to all six inhabited continents and has over 90 total airlines. Approximately 45% of travelers in JFK are domestic while 55% are international. 30% of all travelers from JFK are traveling for business. The most frequent industries traveling through JFK are law, architecture, engineering, healthcare, finance, and IT. The average age of travelers is age 44. Males make up 48% of travelers and 52% are female. The average household income of a passenger in JFK is $70,698.