an airplane flying over a building

Singapore Changi has a free movie theatre and a butterfly garden, just FYI…

We all know the stressful feeling of dealing with tight connections. Do I run? Do I have to re-clear security? Is there a place where I can get some decent food before my next flight? Fortunately, some airports make this experience a whole lot easier than others. The World Airport Awards offer independent airport rankings based on 13.73 million airport questionnaires, ranking the passenger experience at every turn. With merits like clear signage, quality food, speed of immigration queues and range of passenger facilities, such as shower rooms, the survey identifies the airports which turn transit from a negative experience into a positive. Here are the ten best airports for connecting flights…

a group of people in a terminal10. Frankfurt Airport, Germany

a tall tower in Tokyo Tower at night9. Tokyo Narita International Airport, Japan

a group of blue airplanes parked at an airport8. Amsterdam Airport Schipol, Netherlands

a city with a mountain in the background7. Tokyo Haneda Airport, Japan.

a large pool in a building6. Doha Hamad International, Qatar. 

an aerial view of an airport5. Taiwan Taoyuan

a white airplane in the sky4. Munich International Airport, Germany.

an aerial view of an airport3. Seoul Incheon Airport, South Korea

Marina Bay Sands with many tall buildings and a body of water2. Singapore Changi Airport, Singapore.

an airplane flying over a building1. Hong Kong International Airport

What’s your favorite airport to transit?

Gilbert Ott

Gilbert Ott is an ever curious traveler and one of the world's leading travel experts. His adventures take him all over the globe, often spanning over 200,000 miles a year and his travel exploits are regularly...

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