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Top 10 Best Airports in the World

Considering the world top 10 Best Airports, we follow a report on  annual rankings of Airports. The report is based on the impressions of over 13 million flyers from 106 countries. More than 550 airports were included in the survey, which covers 39 service and performance parameters, including facility comfort, location of bathrooms, and the language skills of the airport staff.

So finally here is the list of World Top 10 Best Airports;

At no 10

Doha Hamad International Airport

Yearly passengers: 30 million

Why it’s awesome: Hamad International opened for business in 2014 and is now home to Qatar Airways.

The airport and its two terminals sit on 5,400 acres of land and cost $16 billion to construct. The facility as the “the most architecturally significant terminal complex in the world, as well as being the most luxurious.”

Doha Hamad International Airport

At no 9

Kansai International Airport

Yearly passengers: 20 million

Why it’s awesome: Located on an artificial island in the Osaka Bay, Kansai International is a major hub for ANA and Japan Airlines.

Kansai is consider for its modern architecture, spotless facilities, and helpful staff. The airport also boasts a Sky View observation deck that affords passengers spectacular views of incoming and outgoing flights.

Kansai International Airport

At no 8

London Heathrow Airport

Yearly passengers: 73.4 million

Why it’s awesome: Heathrow is the world’s third-busiest airport and the largest of the five primary airports serving London.

Heathrow is in the midst of a major renovation with the addition of a brand new Terminal 2 building. It’s eight-year-old Terminal 5 building was named the best airport terminal in the world.

Heathrow serves as the main hub for British Airways and Virgin Atlantic.

London Heathrow Airport

At no 7

Zurich Airport

Yearly passengers: 25.5 million

Why it’s awesome: Just eight miles from the heart of Zurich, the airport serves as the home for Swiss International Air Lines and as a hub linking Switzerland’s largest city with the rest of the country.

For passengers with an extended layover, Zurich Airport offers bicycle and inline-skate rentals and excursions to the Swiss Museum of Transport Lucerne.

Zurich Airport

At no 6

Central Japan International Airport

Yearly passengers: 9.8 million

Why it’s awesome: Built on an artificial island in the middle of Ise Bay near the city of Nagoya, Central Japan International — also known as Centrair — serves as a focus city for Japan Airlines and ANA.

Centrair holds the distinction as the best regional airport in the world.

It has a 1,000-foot-long sky deck where passengers can watch ships sail into Nagoya Port. There’s also a traditional Japanese bathhouse where you can have a relaxing soak while watching the sunset over the bay.

Central Japan International Airport

At no 5

Hong Kong International Airport

Yearly passengers: 63.1 million

Why it’s awesome: Built on an artificial island off the coast of Hong Kong, HKG has become one of the most popular facilities in the world since it opened in 1998.

One of the busiest airports in Asia, Hong Kong International serves as the home to Cathay Pacific, Hong Kong Airlines, and Dragonair.

Be sure to play a round at the SkyCity Nine Eagles golf course near Terminal 2.

Hong Kong International Airport

At no 4

Tokyo Haneda International Airport

Yearly passengers: 72.8 million

Why it’s awesome: Haneda is one of two major international airports that serve the Tokyo area. Located a few miles away from the heart of the Japanese capital, Haneda has proved to be a popular port of entry for business travelers and tourists.

The world’s fourth-busiest airport, Haneda is know for its service efficiency, cleanliness, and shopping.

Tokyo Haneda International Airport

At no 3

Munich Airport

Yearly passengers: 38.7 million

Why it’s awesome: Located northeast of downtown Munich, MUC is one of the busiest airports in Europe and the second-busiest in Germany, after Frankfurt.

Munich serves as a major hub for Air Berlin, Lufthansa, and Condor and it features airy glass-heavy architecture. A nearby visitors park features minigolf and a display of historic aircraft.

07 Munich airport at night
Munich Airport

At no 2

Incheon International Airport

Yearly passengers: 41.7 million

Why it’s awesome: Once again, Incheon is the world’s second best airport. Located on an island just outside of the South Korean capital, Incheon is home base to Korean Air and is the 24th-busiest airport in the world. It opened in 2001.

Incheon International Airport

Incheon’s highly regarded facilities feature an array of shopping and dining options, in addition to a bevy of cultural performances. The airport even has a Korean culture museum.

Finally No 1

Singapore Changi International Airport

Yearly passengers: 54 million

Why it’s awesome: For the fourth year in a row, Changi takes the crown as the world’s best airport. Changi serves as home to Singapore Airlines, Silkair, and Tigerair and is the 16th busiest airport in the world.

The Singaporean airport has received praise from flyers for its beautiful architecture, efficient operation, luxurious amenities, and broad offering of dining and shopping options.

Flyers passing through are treated to movie theaters, a multimedia entertainment deck, spas, and a wild corkscrew slide.

Singapore Changi International Airport

Data Collected From : ACI

Image Source: Google


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