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Top 10 Best Airports in the World

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For travelers weary of long lines at security checkpoints and overpriced fast food, the idea that any airport could be viewed as “best” may seem laughable. However, for travelers lucky enough to have flights that originate or end at any of the airports listed below, the word “best” is totally appropriate. These outstanding airports received the most votes from more than twelve million travelers who participated in a survey administered by Skytrax. Awards for the 2013 World’s Best Airport and nine runners-up were announced at passenger terminal EXPO in Geneva, Switzerland. The winning airports were located largely in Europe and Asia, with only one representative from North America and none from Australia, South America or Africa.  The United States was also notably absent from the list of winners.

Best Airports in the World

1. Singapore Changi Airport, Singapore

Singapore Changi Airport

Singapore Changi Airport claimed top prize for the fourth time since the Skytrax awards were initiated, having last won the title in 2010. In addition to winning the top overall award, Singapore Changi Airport, which served more than fifty million passengers in 2012, was named Best Airport in Asia and Best Airport for Leisure Amenities.

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310 responses to “Top 10 Best Airports in the World”

  1. George Otieno says:

    Where do you rate Kisumu International Airport? in Kenya?

  2. Ellen Richardson says:

    I think that the Tampa, Florida airport is the best inThe USA. It has the fastest time for getting your luggage , nice restaurants & areas to relax. Parking options are on spot & great shuttle services. Miss it.

  3. Casper says:

    I don’t understand how Amsterdam could rank in this list. I don’t find it either convenient, nor having a friendly service. I would never put it in this list. Barcelona or Geneva would be much better. Heathrow terminal 5 is ok, but securtiy checking is a nightmare, you can queue hours. US airports have the same problem, when arriving from europe, long, too long queues at immigration that can last up to 2 hours or more and you miss you connection and nobody care.

  4. SAMSON says:

    I cannot say anything now until I visit two or three of the airports

  5. krishna says:

    I completely agree with Casper, I suspect the credibility of these ratings if Amsterdam ranks 3rd . Whole setup of Amsterdam airport reminds it lagging behind 20 years

  6. Jessica says:

    Changi Airport is certainly one of the best. They have the best services and you would nvr get bored there. Lots and lots of entertainment from shops to slides for kids to Wifi and computers. Definitely one of the best. Service is fast and it is always so grand and clean

  7. manish singh says:

    I think you should include delhi t3 terminal in the list.

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