Best Airports in the World

The best airport is already chosen

Consulting company Skytrax, specializing in the learning of the quality of services in airports, has published a list of the finest airports for 2018. The list was compiled on the basis of a survey of air passengers from 100 countries that rated the airports on 39 criteria: from cleanliness of toilets to a variety of shopping facilities and kindly staff. As well as in the last year, the first place is taken by the airport “Changi” in Singapore, which is one of the largest aviation hubs in Southeast Asia.

Top 10 Airports worldwide

Singapore Changi International Airport, Singapore (SIN). Since its opening, it has become the most exemplary airport in the world, having received about three hundred awards during its existence. The airport offers a rooftop pool, a huge digital tree, winter greenhouses, a garden with thousands of butterflies, as well as a museum, a cinema and much more.

Singapore Changi International Airport

Incheon International Airport, South Korea (ICN). The modern and large Incheon airport with its stylish interior has a unique infrastructure: a museum of Korean culture, winter gardens, a skating rink, a jjimjilbang (Korean bathhouse), various shops, cafes, lounges.

Incheon International Airport

Tokyo Haneda International Airport, Japan (HND). “Haneda” has established itself as a popular airport for businessmen and tourists and is famous for its high service and cleanliness.

Tokyo Haneda International Airport

Hong Kong International Airport, China (HKG). The airport of Hong Kong looks stunningly from a bird’s eye view, because it is located on an artificial island. But it is not the only thing why it is so loved by passengers.

Hong Kong International Airport

Hamad International Airport, Qatar (DOH). The airport is characterized as the most remarkable terminal complex. There are prayer complexes, children’s rooms, luxury hotels and so on.

Hamad International Airport

Munich Airport, Germany (MUC). In terms of the number of passengers served annually in Germany, Munich Airport is the second. Maybe, this airport is so popular due to brewery, located on its territory.

Munich Airport Germany

Chubu Centrair International Airport, Japan (NGO). Situated on an artificial island, this airport connects with the city of Tokoname by a bridge 1.3 km long. There is a shopping center, numerous cafes and a Japanese bathhouse.

Chubu Centrair International Airport Japan

London Heathrow Airport, UK (LHR). Being the busiest airport in Europe, Heathrow serves more than 90 airlines and 67 million passengers annually.

London Heathrow Airport UK

Zurich Airport, Switzerland (ZRH). Zurich Airport is consistently among the top ten airports in the world. It is noteworthy for its system of underground movement of passengers.

Zurich Airport Switzerland

Frankfurt Airport, Germany (FRA). It has two large terminals and one small for VIP. You can get from the first terminal to the second one on a monorail road inside the Skyline building or on a free shuttle bus departing every ten minutes from the parking lot.

Frankfurt Airport Germany

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