As part of Bdaily’s feature focus for World Tourism Day, we’ve taken a look into the top performing airports in the world.
Endless queues, drab departure lounges and flight delays can all be painstaking at the start of end of your holiday. So, hopefully with the help of our research your next holiday will be stress free.
cabincrewhq.com evaluated major airports worldwide using six distinct criteria, assigning a score of 100 for each criterion. These individual scores were then combined and weighted to generate a final score 100. The data was sourced from the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and The Official Aviation Guide of the Airways (OAG).
The conclusion was drawn based on passenger count, average on-time flights, parking fees, drop-off costs, and the number of restaurants and shops.
The study provides a clear view of how airports worldwide perform regarding passenger experience and what they offer travelers. It’s a valuable guide to understanding the facilities and services available at these airports.
The top ten airports are:
Tokyo International (Haneda) Airport, Japan
Tokyo International (Haneda) Airport, Japan, ranks first with the highest final score of 80. It has an impressive on-time flight average of 88.4 per cent and the highest number of restaurants and shops among the top 10 airports
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, United States
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