What criteria goes on in your mind when you say the world’s best? Is it about having high-tech facilities? Friendly and approachable staffs? Outstanding leisure amenities? Or Speedy Immigration services? The customers from the different parts of the globe voted during the 2018-2019 World Airport Survey regarding the world’s top airports for 2019. It is a customer satisfaction survey needed to generate quantitative results.  According to Skytrax World Airport Awards, in order for a specific airport to be noted as one of the world’s best, they should always strive to improve, innovate, and impress. 

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We’ve gathered data of the best airports in the world. Look who’s on the list.

Singapore Changi Airport 

Singapore Changi Airport is famous for its rooftop swimming pool, 24-hour movie theaters, a wide array of dining options and even a shopping destination. It also has beautiful architecture, efficient operations, and even luxurious amenities. This airport connects travelers to over 200 worldwide destinations with approximately 5,000 arrivals and departures a week by almost 80 international airline companies. It is one of the busiest airports in the world with around 60 million passengers in a year. For the seventh year in a row, it still holds the title of being the world’s best airport. Other than that, it also receives the title of Best of Airport in Asia and World’s Best Airport Leisure Amenities. Singapore Changi Airport is home to Singapore Airlines, Silkair, and Tigerair. 

Tokyo Haneda Airport 

Haneda International Airport is one of the major international airports that serve the area around Tokyo, Japan’s capital. It is known for its impeccable service, efficiency, cleanliness, and as a shopping destination. This airport indeed plays a vital role in improving the country’s development as a tourism-oriented nation. It has around 85 million passengers in a year, making it the world’s fourth-busiest airport. It holds the title of the World’s Cleanest Airport, World’s Best PRM/Accessible Facilities, and World’s Best Domestic Airport. It’s on the 2nd spot of being one of the best airports in the world.

Seoul Incheon International Airport

Incheon International Airport opened in 2001, now holds the title of being the largest airport in South Korea. It is located outside of South Korean capital. It is known for its high-end facilities featuring an array of shopping and dining options. There are also cultural performances and even has a Korean culture museum ranked 3rd on the world’s best airport. It once holds the crown for being the Airport of the Year title at the World Airport Awards. It is one of the busiest airports around the world- ranked 16th with approximately 68 million passengers yearly. Incheon International Airport is home to Korean Air.

Hamad International Airport 

Doha Hamad is the international airport for Doha, Qatar. It is known as the airport with the most architecturally significant terminal complex and also is one of the most luxurious among the existing airports globally. It has approximately 34 million passengers per year. It is home to Qatar Airways. It is a massive structure which comprises of 100 different buildings and built on the land. It is surrounded by turquoise waters and 24-hour water cannons. It was voted as the Best Airport in the Middle East and Best Airport Staff in the Middle East in 2019. It took about a decade to build this airport and cost $16 billion. 

Hong Kong International Airport 

This airport is built on an artificial island off the coast of Hong Kong. It opened in 1998 and is known for its world-class facilities. It serves around 100 airlines that fly to over 180 locations worldwide, this includes 44 destinations on the Chinese Mainland. Hong Kong International is one of the busiest airports in Asia with almost 74 million passengers per year. It now serves as the home to Cathay Pacific, Hong Kong Airlines, HK Express, and Cathay Dragon. Hong Kong International Airport holds the crown for being the World’s Best Airport Dining, and World’s Best Airport Immigration Service in 2019. It previously ranks 4th on the World’s Best Airport.

Central Japan International Airport 

Also known as Centrair, this airport has approximately 9 million passengers per year. It has a number of regional routes currently having its operation to Asian cities. For longer haul routes, it includes Helsinki, Frankfurt, Honolulu, and Detroit. It is a focus city for Japan Airlines and ANA. It previously ranks 7 on the World’s Best Airport. In the recently concluded survey, it holds the crown for World’s Best Regional Airport. It is popular for its 1,000-foot sky deck where passengers can watch ships sail into the Port of Nagoya and even traditional Japanese bathhouse.

Munich Airport

It is known as the second busiest airport in Germany with over 46 million passengers per year. It has over 150 retails and around 50 places where you can eat and drink. It is compared to a city center which offers visitors various thing to see and do. It was voted as the Best Airport in Europe, Best Airport in Central Europe. It previously ranks 6th in the World’ Best Airports category. It was voted also as the Best Airport in Europe and Best Airport in Central Europe. What’s exciting about this airport is that it features airy, glass-heavy architecture. 

London Heathrow Airport 

This airport is the busiest airport in the UK and formerly holds the title of being the world’s busiest airport for international passengers. It has approximately 80 million passengers per year. In the year 2019, it was voted on the categories namely, World’s Best Airport Shopping, and Best Airport in Western Europe. It previously ranks 8 on the World’s Best Airport. It now serves as a hub for British Airways and Virgin Atlantic.