Changi Airport Is The World’s Best Airport, According To Skytrax

For the record-breaking 12th time, Singapore’s Changi Airport has been named the “world’s best airport”.

In the recent announcement of the “World Airport Awards 2023” by the air transport research company Skytrax, the airport of the city-state reclaimed the title.

From 2013 to 2020, Changi Airport topped Skytrax’s annual rankings for the eighth time in a row. However, the airport has finished behind Hamad International Airport in Doha and Haneda Airport in Tokyo for the past two years.

The Skytrax survey was completed by global travelers from over 100 nations, and it also named Singapore’s Changi Airport as the: Asia’s Best Airport, The Best Airport For Dining, And The Best Airport For Leisure Amenities.

Shopping, check-in, arrivals, transfers, and security and immigration were among the many aspects that customers evaluated when rating airports.

Hamad International Airport in Doha came in second, Haneda Airport in Tokyo came in third, and Incheon International Airport finished fourth. Narita International Airport came in ninth out of Japan’s two airports in the top 10.

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The major airports in Paris (ranked fifth), Istanbul (ranked sixth), Munich (ranked seventh), and Zurich (ranked eighth) occupied additional top spots. Except for Osaka’s Kansai International Airport, which was replaced by Spain’s Madrid-Barajas Airport (10th), all of the airports on the list from last year returned.

According to the Skytrax survey of other metrics, Seoul’s Incheon International Airport has the “world’s best airport staff,” while China’s Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport was named the “world’s most improved airport.”

Since its opening in 1981, Changi Airport has received more than 660 “Best Airport” awards. The airport has begun renovations that are expected to be finished by 2024 in order to increase the number of passengers who can use Terminal 2 by 5 million per year.

Across its four terminals, Changi Air terminal elements exercise center and shower offices, snoozing regions, a 16-meter tall youngsters’ play structure and a pool that overlooks a runway.

The 10-story Jewel Changi Airport retail complex has a direct connection from Terminal 1 to the seven themed gardens, a forest valley with more than 2,000 trees, and the world’s tallest indoor waterfall.


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