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The World’s Top 10 Airports in 2015
Discover the leading airports in the world! Rated as the world’s best, these impressive terminals go further when it comes to offering comfortable and clean travel experience to commercial flights passengers as well as private charter flights passengers; it has all the amenities and services you couldn’t imagine. Amenities and features like IMAX theaters, indoor aquariums and jungles, spas and various shops and restaurants are just some of the perks you can enjoy at these airports.
So, here are the top 10 airports for the year 2015:
10. Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL)
Kuala Lumpur International Airport is the base for Malaysia Airlines and AirAsia. KL International Airport has one of the most distinct features of the aviation world: an indoor jungle with waterfall. Known as the KLIA Jungle Boardwalk, the jungle area is situated in the Satellite Terminal of the Airport.
9. Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (TPE)
Taoyuan International Airport is the biggest airport in Taiwan. China Airlines and EVA Air are based in this airport. Skytrax critics have commended the airport for its clean environment, fast immigration lines, and gracious services. Taoyuan International Airport has once housed Taiwan’s aviation museum. However, it was closed early this year to give way for airport expansion.
8. Tokyo Narita International Airport (NRT)
Narita airports hold many major international flights coursing through in and out of the city. The airport is the home base for major hubs such as United, Japan Airlines, Delta, and ANA. Skytrax critics praised the airport for it friendly and efficient staff, abundant dining options and clean facilities.
7. Kansai International Airport (KIX)
Kansai International Airport is the home base for Japan Airlines and ANA. Skytrax reviewers commended Kansai for its clean facilities, friendly staff and modern architecture. The airport also has a Sky View Observation Deck that allows passengers a great view of incoming and outgoing flights.
6. Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK)
Beijing Capital Airport has greatly helped in the extreme growth of the Chinese economy. Along with this development, the airport was able to create new facilities and improved its infrastructures. Beijing Capital Airport’s Terminal 3 was ranked as the 10th best terminal all over the world.
5. Central Japan International Airport (NGO)
Central Japan International Airport, also recognized as Centrair, is the home base for ANA and Japan Airlines. The airport boasts a 1,000-foot long Sky Deck, which allows passengers to watch planes fly into Nagoya Airport. The airport also offers a traditional Japanese bathhouse where you can soak while looking the sunset over the bay area.
4. Tokyo Haneda International Airport (HND)
Haneda International Airport is among the two airports that serve Tokyo. Considered as the 3th busiest airport, Haneda Airport is known for its clean environment, shopping and efficiency.
3. Hong Kong International Airport (HKG)
One of the busiest airports in Asia, HongKong International Airport is the hub for HongKong Airlines, Dragonair, and Cathay Pacific.You can also enjoy SkyCity Eagles Golf Course close to Terminal 2.
2. Incheon International Airport (ICN)
Incheon isn’t only Asia’s 2nd best airport; it is also the 2nd best airport in the world. Incheon has great facilities, many shopping and dining options and cultural performances. Incheon International Airport also houses a Korean Culture Museum.
1. Singapore Changi International Airport (SIN)
Changi International Airport is the home to Tiger air, Silkair, and Singapore Airlines. Changi airport has acquired commendation from passengers for its attractive architecture, lavish amenities, well-organized operation and an array of dining and shopping options.Passengers going through are treated with spas, multimedia entertainment deck, movie theaters and a huge corkscrew slide.