01 Jun The 10 Best Airports In The World 2018
Traveling to different countries is a great opportunity to discover new culture and new experiences. Aside from that, the airports mirror the culture and the country itself. So here are the Top 10 Best Airports in the World that you should definitely visit.
10. Frankfurt Airport, Germany
This airport is located in Germany and it serves 98 airlines with 250 destinations in 105 different countries. It is the third biggest airport in Europe and it is the largest airport in Germany. This airport has a direct connection to European high-speed network of German Rail and it has a construction plan of a third passenger terminal which makes it convenient for many passengers.
9. Zurich Airport, Switzerland
This airport is known in Switzerland and different parts of the world because of its good facilities and awesome architecture. It is the largest international airport of Switzerland and it is the principal hub for Swiss International Airlines.
8. London Heathrow Airport, United Kingdom
This airport is one of the busiest airport in United Kingdom and it is recorded to be the busiest airport in Europe in terms of passenger traffic. It is also known as the busiest airport in the world for international passengers. However, in 2018, it lost its title to Dubai Airport and the Heathrow Terminal 2 was voted to be the World’s Best Airport Terminal.
7. Central Japan International Airport, Japan
This airport is located in Nagoya, Japan and is best known as Centrair. This airport has a big domestic traffic percentage and a number of regional routes operated to Asiana cities like Singapore and Bangkok. It also has longer haul routes which include Frankfurt, Helsinki, Detroit and Honolulu. Moreover, it was named as the World’s Best Regional Airport in 2018.
6. Munich Airport, Germany
It is known as the second busiest airport in Germany next to Frankfurt. It is also the secondary hub for Lufthansa German Airlines. The best thing about this airport is it has connections to destinations all over the world. It has 150 retail stores and 50 places where you can eat and drink. It is similar to a city center that offers activities to travelers and visitors. In 2018, it was named as the Best Airport in Europe.
5. Hamad International Airport, Qatar
This airport is located in the capital city of Qatar, which is Doha. It can accommodate up to 30 million passengers yearly and it has been described as the most architecturally significant terminal complex in the world and the most luxurious. In 2018, it was voted as the Best Airport in the Middle East.
4. Hong Kong International Airport, Hong Kong
This airport serves 100 airlines that have operating flights to 180 locations in the world which include 44 destinations on the Chinese Mainland. It has won multiple times in the Airport of the Year title at the World Airport Awards. It was voted as the World’s Best Transit Airport and Best Airport for Dining.
3. Tokyo International Airport, Japan
This airport is located in Haneda and it plays an important role in developing the tourism industry in Japan. The domestic and international terminals of this airport are really considered one of the best because of its strict protocols in terms of flight schedule and time schedule. In 2018, it was voted as the World’s Cleanest Airport and the World’s Best Domestic Airport.
2. Incheon International Airport, South Korea
It is the largest airport in South Korea and it is also one of the busiest airports in the world. It is also the former winner of the Airport of the Year title at the World Airport Awards. In 2018, it was named as the winner of the World’s Best Airport Staff award.
1. Changi Airport, Singapore
This airport is reached the number 1 spot for straight 6 years and it connects customers to over 200 destinations in the world with 5000 arrivals and departures weekly by 80 international airlines. It also has shopping and dining areas with Sunflower garden that features Changi Airport’s own nursery. Aside from that, it has a spectacular view of the runway and aircraft parking bays from the rooftop.