5 best airports from around the world!

 

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You can anticipate spending a significant amount of time in a city's airport before departing on an international trip. Almost every airport is designed as a megastructure to accommodate a large number of passengers and manage the departures and arrivals of flights from all over the world. However, some airports serve purposes more than the one for which they were originally created. Here is a list of some of the world's top airports (in no particular order) that went above and beyond to ensure you had a nice experience while waiting for your next trip.



Kastrup Airport, Copenhagen, Denmark Copenhagen


Kastrup Airport is the country's principal international airport, serving the city of Copenhagen in Denmark. It is the Nordic countries' busiest airport, with roughly 30.3 million passengers in 2019. It is the third busiest airport in Northern Europe and the busiest airport in Scandinavia in terms of international air travel. 


Features: 


Because of its effectiveness in providing services and world-class facilities, Copenhagen airport is one of the top three favorite airports of business travelers in Europe. One of them is the European airport with the largest tax-free shopping center. The airport provides a variety of lounges for specialized needs such as business meetings, scenic beauty viewing, and enjoying their national cuisines, all of which are conveniently located across the terminals. As a result, it is regarded as one of the world's best airports.


Dubai International Airport, Dubai, United Arab Emirates


Dubai International Airport serves the city of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates as the primary air transportation hub. It is the world's busiest airport in terms of international passenger flow, and the fifth busiest overall. Annual passenger traffic at the airport can reach 90 million. Its Terminal 3 is the world's largest terminal and the world's second-largest facility in terms of floor space.


Features:


The supreme elegance of Dubai International Airport's services and amenities is widely known, and it is always a visual treat for many. It's no surprise that it ranks among the world's top airports. Here's a rundown of what you can see and do at this opulent and beautiful airport.


  1. You can connect to the airport's free Wi-Fi network from anywhere on the property. 

  2. Are you going on a business trip? Meeting rooms, secretarial services, photocopying, internet, and other amenities are available at airport hotels to fulfill your every need. 

  3. Baggage storage facilities are offered for storing your bags at various fees. 

  4. There are prayer rooms accessible for you to devote some time to your devotion. 

  5. At Terminal 3, there are complimentary shower facilities.


Zurich Airport. Zurich, Switzerland.


Zurich Airport is the country's largest airport and is located in Zurich, Switzerland. Swiss International Airlines use it as their primary hub. For the 17th year in a row, the airport has won the World Travel Award in the category of "Europe's Leading Airport." As a result, it has earned its proper place among the world's top airports. A total of 30 million passengers have passed through the airport.


Features:


The Zurich airport provides a diverse selection of shopping options. Other services offered at the airport include:


  1. Hotels

  2. Information services

  3. Airline Lounges

  4. Fitness center and spa


You can use the VIP services at Zurich Airport, which include airport lounges that provide ideal comfort and seclusion in a stylish environment, if you need secrecy and time management.


The Airport Center is one of Switzerland's largest retail malls, with a variety of duty-free shops and caf├ęs open late to assist you pass the time between flights.


Munich International Airport. Munich, Bavaria.


Munich International Airport serves the German city of Munich, which is the capital of the state of Bavaria. It is the second busiest airport in Germany in terms of passenger traffic and the world's 15th busiest airport in terms of international passenger traffic. To the northeast of Munich, the airport is 23 kilometers away.


Facilities:


  1. WIFI is provided for free, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week throughout the airport area.

  2. Lounge seats, beautiful plants, and lighting systems are available in recreational areas where you can read or catch up on your emails.

  3. For a comfortable and premium experience, the VIP Wing features an international ambiance blended with Bavarian comfort.

  4. To freshen up, visit the Munich airport center's terminal 2 and use the modern shower facilities.

  5. Both public and private areas have a children's play area.


Heathrow Airport. London, England


Heathrow Airport is one of six international airports that serve London, England's capital city. In terms of international passenger traffic, it is the world's second busiest airport. It is also Europe's busiest airport. In the year 2019, the airport served around 80 million passengers.


Facilities:


You may expect an airport with such a high volume of passenger traffic to deliver best-in-class services, and they don't let you down.


  1. Wireless Internet access is offered for free in all terminal buildings.

  2. Newspapers, magazines, wellness spas, rest rooms, and showers are all accessible in the exclusive lounges.

  3. Regus Lounge offers private workstations and meeting areas.

  4. All terminal buildings have a children's play area and family lounges.

  5. Traditional restaurant chains, high-end boutiques, and necessities stores are all present.


FAQs:


What is the world's most important airport?


According to SkyTrax, Changi Airport is the best airport in the world.


Which airport in the world is the most beautiful?


The most beautiful airports are Incheon International Airport in South Korea and Haneda Airport in Tokyo, Japan.


References:


http://wikipedia.org


http://airport-technology.com


http://dubaiairports.ae


http://zurich.airport.com









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