World’s Best Airports 2011

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Skytrax has released the winners of the Best Airport 2011. Could 11.38 million passengers be wrong? Do you agree with the top 10?

  1. Hong Kong International Airport
  2. Changi Airport Singapore
  3. Incheon International Airport
  4. Munich Airport
  5. Beijing Capital Airport
  6. Amsterdam Schiphol Airport
  7. Zurich Airport
  8. Auckland International Airport
  9. Kuala Lumpur Airport
  10. Copenhagen Airport

In a nine month customer survey with more than 11.38 million participants, Hong Kong International Airport has been named the Worlds Best Airport by air travellers across the globe. A perennial favourite of air travellers worldwide, and the 2010 top airport, Changi Airport Singapore was a very close runner up ranking 2nd in 2011. Incheon International Airport, the overall award winner in 2009 was similarly in very close contention, securing 3rd place. Munich Airport ranked 4th in the world and the repeat winner of the Best Airport Europe title. Beijing Capital Airport continued its improvement in the global ratings, moving up to 5th from 8th in 2010, also named Best Airport China. Amsterdam Schiphol Airport was 6th worldwide, and named Best Airport in Western Europe. Zurich Airport achieved 7th place, Auckland International Airport a repeat winner as Best Airport Australia/Pacific and ranked 8th worldwide. Kuala Lumpur maintained a place in the worlds top-10 airports with 9th place, and winning Best Immigration Service category. Copenhagen Airport enters the Top 10 world ranking in 10th, up from 15th position in 2010.

What do you think is missing from this list?


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