Singapore Changi was declared the best airport in the world, according to new Airhelp’s research for 2017. Of the 10 worst airports in the world, four are on the territory of the United Kingdom of Great Britain, revealed a new AirHelp survey. London Gatwick in the second place, followed by Manchester on the third, Stansted on 5th and Edinburgh sixth in the charts.
The top ranking of the worst airports in the world is reserved for Kuwait International Airport, located near the eastern city in this southwestern Asian country with many security concerns. On the other hand, Airhelp has declared Singapore Changi the best airport in the world in 2017. Six other airports on this list are located on the European continent. On the second place is the International Airport in Munich, Copenhagen is in the third, and the fourth is the Finnish Helsinki -Vantaa Airport.
Barcelona El Prat is placed in seventh place, the 8th is reserverd for Adolfo Suarez-Barajas in Madrid, and the list of top 10 best airports in the world closes with the famous International Airport in Frankfurt.
See the list of top 10 best airports in the world according to Airhelp
1. Singapore Changi
2. Munich, Germany
3. Hong Kong
4. Copenhagen Kastrup, Denmark
5. Helsinki-Vantaa, Finland
6. Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky, USA
7. Barcelona El Prat, Spain
8. Madrid Adolfo Suarez-Barajas, Spain
9. Auckland, New Zealand
10. Frankfurt, Germany
This is the list of 10 worst airports according to Airhelp
2. London Gatwick
4. Newark Liberty, New Jersey, USA
7. Mumbai, India
8. Dubai, UAE
9. Bangkok Suvarnabhumi, Thailand
10. Delhi, India