Skytrax World Airport Awards 2017 – Best Airports in the World

After reading Choi’s “CNN’s Top Ten Airports!?!?! I don’t think so” post, I decided to write about it too. I’m inspired.

2017 Ranking Country 2016 Ranking
1 Singapore Changi 1
2 Tokyo Intl Haneda 4
3 Incheon Intl Airport 2
4 Munich Airport 3
5 Hong Kong Intl Airport 5
6 Hamad Intl Airport 10
7 Centrair Nagoya 6
8 Zurich Airport 7
9 Heathrow Airport 8
10 Frankfurt Airport 12

Singapore has been rank top for consecutive 5 years.

Out of the 10, I have only been to 6 of them. I wonder what factors they put into consideration before finalising the list.Screen Shot 2017-06-16 at 10.07.17 AM.png

I agree on the great facilities but no mention on the airport service staff. Hahaha… I had many bad experiences with the staff.

CNBC International on Singapore Changi Airport

Every time I travel out of Singapore, I like to check-in earlier so I can do some shopping and enjoy the lounge if traveling on business.

My husband and I was wondering why Changi Airport floor is carpeted. Now I know the reason behind it.

Free movies at Changi Airport, it’s pretty awesome.

Check out Changi Airport website for more information.

http://www.changiairport.com/

Anyway, Tokyo Haneda Airport is very well thought. It’s clean and convenient to get there by train.

Incheon International Airport, I have only been there once and it was 10 years ago… I believed many changes. I remembered it was good. Time to visit South Korea soon, I guess.

Centrair Nagoya Airport was alright for me.

Zurich Airport was pretty impressive. I liked the look and feel of the airport. Staff has been pleasant.

Hong Kong International Airport has been good. However, 3 years ago when I visited Hong Kong alone, I almost missed my flight back to Singapore. I didn’t know I had to take the train to the designated gate. I had a good dim sum lunch before I headed for the gate and realised I need more time to reach. I ran as fast as I could to the gate once I got off. I was the last person to get on…

Anyway, I don’t know when my next visit to Singapore will be…

Till then…

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