DISCOVER THE BEST AIRPORTS OF THE WORLD 2016
Top 5 best airports
As every year, the portal specializing Skytrax World Airport Awards gives rewards to the best airports in the opinion of more than 13 million travelers from 160 countries. For the fourth consecutive year, Singapores Changi airport has been the highest rated and the winner of the award, and that meets the 39 essential requirements to be the best in the world as the attention and respect received by immigration staff, the speed check-in and the waiting time for delivery of suitcases, connectivity inside the airport and shopping that can be done, among many other points
1-Changi Airport Group
Located 30 kilometers from the capital, the Singapore Changi Airport connects travelers with over 200 destinations worldwide, with 5,000 entries and departures a week by 80 international airlines. Much of this success is due to a philosophy of service they call “Changi Experience”, where the passenger welfare is the main objective. It also offers services of all kinds to enjoy the waiting time at its facilities, from playgrounds, gardens, outdoor and indoor trails, butterflies and flowers, relaxation areas with massages including countless shops and many dining options, Laundry, supermarket, gym, medical service … and if the connection time exceeds five hours, the airport offers a two-hour city tour free for anyone who wants to know the city. We talked about the future airport. Cleaning, environment, services offered and effective security controls, will bring together the top of our ranking
2- Internacional Airport of Inchon, Seúl (south corea)
Located about 50 kilometers from the South Korean capital, the airport is considered one of the best and most advanced in Asia from the technological point of view, moreover, is one of the busiest in the world with over 49 million passengers. This modern airport, visible from the air, has a golf course, a spa, rooftop swimming pool, meeting rooms, a ballroom, a tennis ice skating, a casino, indoor gardens and 90 stores duty -free that delight passengers.
3- International Munich Airport (Germany)
It is the first European airport to appear on the list and is 28 kilometers from the city center. It is the second busiest airport in Germany after Frankfurt, with connections to destinations worldwide. Well connected to the center, it allows travelers to enjoy similar culinary offerings of the city in 50 stores, also has wifi, free coffee and newspapers, also features a mini-golf, exhibition halls, cabins NapCab for sleeping area barbershop, and more than 150 stores to make last minute purchases.
4- International Airport of Haneda, Tokio (Japan)
Haneda Airport has become, with more than 70 million passengers a year, the busiest in the country and one of the busiest in the world. Connects the main domestic destinations and operates some international flights. Located in Tokyo Bay, 15 kilometers from the center of the capital, known for its decoration between modern and traditional Japanese. It also has a large observation deck on the rooftop cafe to watch the start of the aircraft and quietly, among other services, counts as a giant mall, a market and a planetarium for stargazing.
5- International Airport of Hong Kong (China)
Built on an artificial island reclaimed land to the sea, the Hong Kong airport, also known as Chek Lap Kok, was designed by Norman Foster and is a true architectural icon. This is one of the busiest airport facilities in the world with more than 68.8 million passengers a year, serves more than 100 airlines that operate approximately 180 destinations worldwide. Among its servicesare a cinema 4D IMAX, a gym and a golf course where you hang out.
6- Internacional Airport of Chubu Centrair, Nagoya (Japan)
Chubu Centrair International Airport is one of the largest in Japan and one of the most modern in the world. It is located on an artificial island in Ise Bay, a marvel of engineering, and operates several domestic flights, although most are international. For the people of Aichi Prefecture is another attraction, because it has everything: a great market shops and restaurants with international cuisine, an observatory to see the planes take off and marvel at the bay as well as a large indoor garden area traditional baths with massages, hairdressing, beauty, and a reserved space for private parties
Next in the ranking, it is the International Airport of Kansai, Osaka (Japan) and Hamad International Airport , Doha (Qatar), the terminal is a luxurious site that houses a mosque, has a pool, spa, squash courts, an area of art exhibitions, restaurants of all kinds, and more than 70 shops, among which are: Tiffany & Co, Harrods and Bulgari. Nothing is missing.