Tokyo International (Haneda) Airport has been ranked the world’s best airport in a new global survey, which shows European hubs to be lacking their international peers.
Atlanta International Airport, Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport, Mexico City International Airport and Dallas Fort-Worth rounded out the top five. The top 10 included only one European airport – Istanbul (in 9th place) – and was dominated by US hubs.
The study was conducted by aviation industry expert cabincrewhq.com. The conclusions were based on passenger count, average on-time flights, parking fees, drop-off costs, and the number of restaurants and shops.
Europe’s best showing was Madrid’s Aeropuerto de Adolfo Suarez coming 2nd in the Fewest Delays league table.