Discover Top 10 Airports of 2019

The World's Top 10 Airports of 2019, voted for by airport customers from across the world during the 2018-2019 World Airport Survey





Singapore Changi Airport connects customers to over 200 destinations worldwide, with 5000 arrivals and departures a week by 80 international airlines. In 2017, Changi Airport celebrated a key milestone, serving 60 million passengers from close to 100 countries around the world.
"Changi Airport is honored to again be named World's Best Airport," Lee Seow Hiang, Changi Airport Group CEO, said in a statement. "We thank our passengers for their continued support. Their vote of confidence motivates us in our pursuit of service excellence and pushes us to continue redefining what an airport can be."

Boasting both domestic and international terminals, Tokyo International Airport Haneda plays a very important role in furthering Japan’s development as a tourism-oriented nation.
Why it's awesome: Narita is the first of the two Tokyo airports to appear on the list. Located 35 miles outside of the Japanese capital, Narita handles most of the international traffic going in and out of the city. The airport serves as a major hub for All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines.

Incheon International Airport is the largest airport in South Korea and one of the busiest airports in the world. It is a former winner of the Airport of the Year title at the World Airport Awards.






Hamad International Airport is the international airport for Doha, capital city of Qatar. The existing terminal can accommodate up to 30 million passengers annually, and has been described as the most architecturally significant terminal complex in the world, as well as being the most luxurious.
The airport and its two terminals sit on 5,400 acres of land and cost $16 billion to construct. Skytrax describes the facility as "the most architecturally significant terminal complex in the world, as well as being the most luxurious."

Hong Kong International Airport serves over 100 airlines operating flights to about 180 locations worldwide, including 44 destinations on the Chinese Mainland. It is a former, multiple winner of the Airport of the Year title at the World Airport Awards.
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.

In 2014, 9.8 million passengers travelled through Central Japan International Airport in Nagoya, better known as Centrair. The airport has a large domestic traffic percentage, with a number of regional routes operated to Asiana cities such as Bangkok and Singapore. Longer haul routes include Helsinki, Frankfurt, Honolulu and Detroit.

Munich Airport is the second busiest airport in Germany and the secondary hub for Lufthansa German Airlines. Munich Airport has connections to destinations all over the world, but much more besides. With over 150 retail stores and some 50 places where you can eat and drink, it’s like a city center, offering travelers and visitors plenty to see and do.
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.

London Heathrow Airport is the busiest airport in the UK and busiest airport in Europe by passenger traffic, and having been world’s busiest airport for international passengers, it has recently lost this title to Dubai Airport.
Why it's awesome: Heathrow is the world's seventh-busiest airport and the largest of the five primary airports serving London.

Tokyo Narita Airport is an international airport serving the Greater Tokyo Area of Japan. Narita serves as the international hub for Japan Airlines and All Nippon Airways. As of 2016, Narita was the second-busiest passenger airport in Japan.
Why it's awesome: Narita is the first of the two Tokyo airports to appear on the list. Located 35 miles outside of the Japanese capital, Narita handles most of the international traffic going in and out of the city. The airport serves as a major hub for All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines.

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