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The US and UK dominate the rankings of the world's worst airports for business travellers

The US and UK dominate the rankings of the world's worst airports for business travellers

Written by Huang Fu February 23, 2024 | 05:15 PM PST

Facade of Leeds Bradford Airport in the United Kingdom. Photo courtesy of the airport

The United States topped the list of the world's worst airports for business travelers with seven representatives, followed by the United Kingdom with six, according to financial research and information website BusinessFinancing.co.uk.

Brussels South Charleroi Airport in Belgium was named worst with an average rating of 1.2 out of 10, followed by Berlin Brandenburg Airport in Germany and Leeds Bradford Airport in the UK.

One business traveler complained that Charleroi Airport in Belgium is known as a hub for low-cost airlines, but “the advantage of flying from Charleroi Airport (south of Brussels) is that you can be sure that wherever you fly, it will be better organised.”

“T2 is rarely used, and everyone stands like cattle in the very small gates at T1. Boarding is always at the same time as close as possible to the connecting gates, through which returning passengers must also pass.”

The ratings collected passenger ratings for major airports around the world from Airlinesquality.com. Average ratings from reviewers classified as business travelers were used to rank the 20 worst airports in the world.

Australia's Perth Airport was the seventh worst airport in the world.

Noi Bai International Airport in Hanoi was voted the best airport in the world by business travelers with an average rating of 6.8 out of 10, followed by Changi Airport in Singapore.

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