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World’s Top Ten Airports in 2010

Incheon_International_AirportSingapore Changi Airport Named WORLD’S BEST AIRPORT IN 2010 in passenger choice WORLD AIRPORT TOP 10 AWARDS 2010

The Skytrax World Airport Awards took place in Brussels, Belgium, as part of Passenger Terminal Expo. Top management from airports around the world attended.

The top title as World’s Best Airport went to Singapore Changi Airport.

Singapore Changi Airport not only took the titles for Best Airport Leisure Amenities award and Best Airport Asia, but was also named Airport of the Year 2010.

Singapore Changi Airport:
Singapore Changi Airport is the main airport in Singapore and is controlled by Changi Airport Group. With 5 terminals and 2 parallel runways, the airport operates 96 airlines flying to 200 cities in 60 countries worldwide. It houses Singapore Airlines, Singapore Airlines Cargo, SilkAir, Tiger Airways, Jetstar Asia Airways, Valuair, and Jett8 Airlines Cargo. It serves as the secondary hub for Qantas (Australian Airlines). The airport serves both passenger travels as well as cargo movements all through the year. The airport has free internet access throughout. Comfortable seats are available to relax watching TV and enjoy international cuisine.

Incheon International Airport:
Incheon International Airport is South Korea’s largest airport and operated by Incheon International Airport Corporation. The airport serves over 70 airlines and has 1 terminal and 3 runways. The airport has 6 cargo terminals. With ISO certifications in airport construction and services and environmental category, the airport has won several awards and holds high ranks in different categories. It serves as main hub for Korean Air, Asiana Airlines and Polar air Cargo. It is also hub for international civilian air transportation and East Asian cargo traffic. The airport has all amenities like private sleeping rooms, indoor gardens, spa, casino, golf course and Museum of Korean Culture. Also, sauna, showers and massage are available for passengers at additional cost.

Hong Kong International Airport:
Hong Kong International Airport is Honk Kong’s main Airport and is under the operation of Airport Authority Hong Kong. It is hub for Air Hong Kong, Cathay Pacific Airlines, Dragonair, Hong Kong Airlines, Hong Kong Express Airways and UPS Airlines. The airport has two terminals and two parallel runways with over 90 airlines flying to over 150 cities worldwide. The airport holds pride with many awards for the best airport several times. Terminal 2 houses Sky Plaza (shops and entertainment services) and Sky Pier (retail ferry) connecting the airport to Hong Kong.

Munich Airport:
Munich Airport is the second busiest airport in Germany and is hub for Air Berlin, Augsburg Airways and Lufthansa. The airport has 2 terminals and 2 runways. The Munich Airport Centre connects the terminals and is a shopping, business and recreation area. The airport has a Visitors Park with a Visitors Hill for passengers to get a good view of the aircraft apron and terminal 1. The airport has all facilities including internet access and wireless Internet access, medical emergency centre and bureau de change and much more.

Kuala Lumpur International Airport:
Kuala Lumpur International Airport is one of the main international airports in Malaysia. The airport is owned by Government of Malaysia and operated by Malaysia Airports. It is hub for AirAsia, AirAsia X and Malaysia airlines. The airport has 2 terminals and 2 runways. The airport ranks high in different categories and is the first airport with Airport Service Quality (ASQ) Assured certificate from Airports Council International (ACI).

Zurich Airport:
Zurich Airport is the largest international flight gateway of Switzerland and is hub for Edelweiss Air and Swiss International Airlines. The airport has two terminals. All amenities are available at the airport like wireless internet, cafes, restaurants, shopping, porter service, medical and dental cares, prayer rooms and much more.

Amsterdam Schiphol Airport:
Amsterdam Schiphol Airport is the main international airport in Netherland. It is owned by Schiphol Group and is hub for Amsterdam Airlines, Arkefly, Delta Airlines, Martinair and Transavia. The airport has a single terminal and 6 runways.

Beijing Capital International Airport:
Beijing Capital International Airport is Beijing’s main international airport. The airport is under the operation and maintenance of Beijing Capital International airport Company Limited. The airport has 3 terminals and 3 runways. It serves a hub for Air China, China Southern Airlines and Hainan Airlines.

Auckland Int’l Airport:
Auckland Int’l Airport is New Zealand’s largest and busiest airport. The airport is owned and operated by Auckland International Airport Limited. It serves as hub for Air New Zealand and Pacific Blue. The airport has two terminals one for domestic flights and another for international flights and 2 runways.

Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport:
Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport is an international airport that serves Bangkok and Thailand. It is operated by Airports of Thailand and is hub for Bangkok Airways, Orient Thai Airlines, Thai AirAsia and Thai Airways International.


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