The United Kingdom-based consultancy Skytrax which runs an airline and airport review and the ranking site has declared the winners of this year's World Airport Awards. The winners were selected after the careful assessment of over 550 airports from across the globe.
The United Kingdom-based consultancy Skytrax which runs an airline and airport review and the ranking site has declared the winners of this year’s World Airport Awards. The winners were selected after the careful assessment of over 550 airports from across the globe.
No 1: For the eighth year in a row, Singapore's Changi Airport has topped the list. The airport connects customers to over 200 destinations worldwide and is used by nearly seven crore passengers every year. (Image: Twitter @ChangiAirport)
No 2: At second place is the Tokyo International Airport, also known as the Tokyo Haneda Airport. It is one of the two airports that serve the city of Tokyo, the capital of Japan. (Image: Reuters)
No 3: The main airport serving the city of Doha, Hamad airport opened in 2014 to become the second airport in the city. (Image: Twitter @AilynAgonia)
No 4: Coming fourth is the largest airport in South Korea, i.e. the Seoul–Incheon International Airport. The airport has two terminals and serves mainly the capital city of Seoul. (Image: Twitter @WORP)
No 5: Munich Airport is the second busiest in Germany and serves as a hub for several carriers including Lufthansa (image: Reuters)
No 6: Hong Kong International Airport is in the sixth position in the list. Situated on an island, it serves as the main airport for the city of Hong Kong. (Image: Twitter @hkairport)
No 7: Tokyo Narita Airport is the second Japanese airport to make it to the top 10. Serving the capital city of Tokyo, Narita serves as the international hub for Japan Airlines and All Nippon Airways. (Representative image: Twitter @JapanVisitor)
No 8: Central Japan International Airport in Nagoya, better known as Centrair served nearly two crore passengers in 2020. (Representative image: Twitter)
No 9: At the ninth position is Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport, the main international airport of the Netherlands. (Representative image: Reuters)
No 10: Kansai International Airport, located on two artificial islands, is an important international hub for Japan. (image: Tdk, Wikimedia Commons)