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Spaces and exchanges: What drives people to leave their contry to go and travelling around the world ?

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The Busiest international routes from JFK in 2015 are London (Heathrow) in the United Kingdom , Paris (Charles de Gaulle), in France, Dubai in the United Arab Emirates , Madrid in Spain, Frankfurt in Germany, Santiago and Santo Domingo, in Dominican Republic, São Paulo (Guarulhos) in Brazil, Tokyo (Narita) in Japan , Milan (Malpensa) in Italy and Tel Aviv (Ben Gurion) in Israel.

There are also the busiest domestics road from JFK in 2015 such as Los angeles , San Francisco , Las Vegas, Miami or Orlando.

In 2015, JFK handled 56,827,154 revenue passengers, which was a 2.3% increase over 2014. 2013 marked the first time JFK handled more than 50 million passengers in one year.

The airport contributes about $30.1 billion in economic activity to the New York City region, generating 229,000 jobs and about $9.8 billion in wages and salaries. About 35,000 people are employed at the airport.

Nearly 100 airlines from over 50 countries operate regularly scheduled flights from JFK. The JFK to London–Heathrow route is the leading U.S. international airport pair with over 2.6 million passengers in 2011. Domestic travel also accounts for a large share of airport traffic, particularly transcontinental and Florida service.

In other words, people need to travel, just to Expanding your perspective, Appreciate your life then they go all around the world , visiting countries and Learning , because Learning is a strong reason why people love to travel. They want to experience something unfamiliar and leave with new skills or knowledge.

Seeing the world is more educational than a high school or college class. This condensed crash course in discovering how the rest of the world lives actually will cover subjects like history, geography and sociology. Every destination has something unique to teach visitors, and immersing themselves in a completely different world is the best learning experience.

People may travel to learn something specific: a new language, a new cuisine, aspects of a different culture, or a deeper appreciation of faith or spirituality. As a bonus, they’ll take away more than their specific goal. They’ll discover totally different ways of doing things. They’ll also gain awareness of new customs, cultures, people and places.

And because you’re actually experiencing this learning in real life, not reading it in a textbook, it will stay with you for a long time. You’ll gain a deep sense of satisfaction with the new skills you’ve learned – and new insights you’ve gained.

Human has built many structures, exchanges through the countries, to feed their need of discovering the world.

Humans crave new experiences and travel lets us tap into that craving. A trip is the perfect time to do something different and exciting, especially something you can’t do at home. The thrill starts the minute you land in a new place.


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