This year’s winner was Doha’s Hamad International Airport, which has been steadily rising in recent years. This is partly due to the fact that Qatar Airways has also done a lot lately, the Qatari government is paying huge sums to develop both the airline and the airport, and the result has been quite amazing.
Transferred Qatar Airways passengers get free guided tours and accommodation at Hamad Airport, depending on waiting time, but they also provide free food.
By the way, Changi Airport immediately fell to third place, where the silver medal was Tokyo International Airport. Europe and Asia dominate the top ten, and Japan won the interstate competition, with three airports at the top.
- Hamad International Airport (Qatar)
- Tokyo International Airport (Japan)
- Changi Airport (Singapore)
- Incheon International Airport (South Korea)
- Narita International Airport (Japan)
- Munich Airport (Germany)
- Zurich Airport (Switzerland)
- London Heathrow Airport (UK)
- Kansas International Airport (Japan)
- Hong Kong International Airport (Hong Kong)
Israel’s Ben Gurion Airport serves 16 million passengers a year. Vehicles are stopped kilometers in front of the stations, but only suspects’ cars are searched. It is believed that the airport is not a military training camp, and the main players in the system are trained guards.
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