There is time in between Kuala Lumpur, capital of Malaysia, and Singapore.
Flyruten between the two cities has been declared the world's busiest, because it is between the two cities ' airports, that there are most flights.
It writes The Independent.
the Whole 82 aircraft takeoff and landing each day to transport passengers between the cities - a trip that does not take more than between 55-65 minutes to fly according to Momondo and costs around $ 50 (331 euros) on average.
Annually there 30.187 flights on the route, which also is one of the world's shortest international routes.
Number two and three are respectively the route between Hong Kong and Taipei with 28.447 flights per year and the trip between Singapore and Jakarta with 27.046 flights annually.
the Ranking is made by the OAG.
It is the asians who travel the most, according to the ranking.
In the top-20 are all 15 of the world's busiest, international routes in Asia.
When it comes to those long trips, so that is the busiest to be found in north America, where the route between New York and San Francisco tops the list with 15.500 flights annually.
The busiest indenrigsrute in south Korea. Here, there are about 80,000 annual trips between Jeju International Airport and Seoul Gimpo. It is over 200 trips daily.
For comparison, the busiest european indenrigsrute 'only' 19.000 flights. It is the trip between Barcelona and Madrid in Spain.
1. Kuala Lumpur-Singapore
2. Hong Kong-Taipei
4. Hong Kong-Shanghai Pudong
5. Jakarta-Kuala Lumpur
6. Incheon, south Korea, to Kansai, Japan
7. LaGuardia, NYC, to Toronto Pearson
8. Hong Kong-Incheon, south Korea
1. London Heathrow-JFK, New York
2. Dublin-London, Heathrow
3. Amsterdam-London, Heathrow
8. The Stockholm-Helsinki
9. London Heathrow-Munich
10. Barcelona-London Gatwick