Arranging the world’s airports

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Airports

Many countries are interested in building airports, as airports are the front of the country, which gives the first impression to a visitor, and airports are known as a place for transporting passengers by plane from one country to another, and they are currently in addition to being a place for landing and takeoff of planes, as it is considered an important economic center similar to its components cities Today’s airports, in addition to being a place to transport travelers and goods, provide services to visitors from pharmacies, cafes, restaurants, markets and other services. In all airports, there must be basic facilities that the airport can only use, such as: runways, watchtowers and navigational equipment. These facilities would put the airports at the top of the global ranking, and in this article we will talk about the arrangement of the best, strangest and busiest airports.

Arranging the world’s airports

Ranking of the best airports in the world

The annual classification of the best airports issued by the Skytrax award shows the existence of an Arab airport among the ten best airports for the year 2020, and accordingly the ranking of the top ten airports in the world

  • First place I went to Changi Airport in Singapore.
  • Second place was in favor of Tokyo International Airport.
  • The third place was for Anson Airport in Seoul, the capital of South Korea.
  • Fourth place was occupied by Munich Airport in Germany.
  • Fifth place was for Hong Kong International Airport.
  • Sixth place was the share of Hamad International Airport, which opened in 2014, and is one of the largest and most active airports in the Arab world.
  • The seventh place was for Chubu Sentar Airport in Japan.
  • Eighth place obtained by Zurich International Airport, the largest airport in Switzerland.
  • It was ninth, as it was Heathrow Airport in London, which is classified as the largest airport in the world.
  • Tenth place went to Frankfurt International Airport.

Ranking of the most exotic airports

Travel pleasure is not only complete in the tourist places frequented by tourists, but the landing of the plane in a picturesque and unique place is what completes the pleasure of travel, and therefore the weirdness of airports attracts tourists to it and makes travel a special flavor, and therefore we mention some of the strangest airports in the world:

  • Princess Juliana International Airport: We find this airport close to what is in Saint Martin on the Dutch French island in the Caribbean Sea. This airport is characterized by its short runway near the sea, and to the proximity of the plane upon landing, we find tourists flocking to this beach to see planes during their landing and take off. This airport was opened in 1942 And it was a military airport, but it later became civilian, as it was modernized and redesigned in 1964.
  • Courchevel Airport: In the French Alps, specifically in the ski area, you find one of the most exotic airports, which is Courchevel Airport, the runway of this airport is very small and does not reach 500 meters in length, and it is only suitable for small aircraft, this airport is used by trained pilots and has a special permit to use it.
  • Barrow Airport: In addition to being the smallest international airport in the world, Barrow Airport is one of the strangest also, located in South Asia in Bhutan, opened in 1968 with an area of ​​six kilometers, and because of the difficulty of landing at this airport, it is only allowed for eight pilots with permission to land at this airport .
  • Barra International Airport: The only airport that is located on the beach is Barra International Airport on Barra Island (the island opposite the Scottish coast). This airport has three runways, each runway length of approximately 775 m. When the tide gets on the beach, the runway is covered with water, so it is It is not used nor considered safe except when islands occur and water recedes.
  • Gustave III Airport: On the French island of Saint Paris, we find Gustave III Airport in the Caribbean Sea, the length of the runway does not reach 650 m, and its runway is characterized by being surrounded by green hills on the one hand and on the other hand it is surrounded by the Caribbean Sea, and because the planes take off directly from the beach there A warning to tourists not to lie on the beach at the end of the stadium.

Ranking of the busiest airports in the year 2016

The International Airports Council issued a list of the busiest airports for the year 2016, and this list is as follows:

  • Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport: This airport is located in Georgia in the United States of America, and it ranked first in the list of the busiest airports for the year 2016 AD, as it received more than 104 million passengers, and this is the 19th time in a row that this airport tops this list.
  • Beijing International Airport: The Beijing International Airport in China is considered the second busiest airport in the world, as the number of passengers in 2016 reached 94 million.
  • Dubai international airport: In 2016, the number of passengers traveling through Dubai International Airport in the United Arab Emirates reached 83 million.
  • Los Angeles International Airport: In 2016, the number of passengers at Los Angeles International Airport in the United States of America reached 81 million, which made it ranked fourth in the list of the busiest airports.
  • Tokyo Haneda International Airport: The number of passengers in 2016 at Tokyo Haneda International Airport reached more than 79 million passengers.
  • O’Hare International Airport: O’Hare International Airport is located in Chicago in the United States of America. According to the International Airports Council, O’Hare International Airport ranks sixth for the list of the busiest airports in 2016, with the number of travelers reaching 78 million passengers and more.
  • London Heathrow Airport: The number of passengers at this airport reached 75 million passengers and more, thus ranking seventh in the list of busiest airports in 2016.
  • Hong Kong International Airport: Eighth place was the share of Hong Kong International Airport in China, where the number of passengers in this airport for the year 2016 AD reached more than 70 million passengers.
  • Shanghai Pudong International Airport: This airport is considered the ninth most crowded airport in the world, as the number of passengers in 2016 reached 66 million and more.
  • Charles de Gaulle Airport: The number of passengers at Charles de Gaulle Airport in France has reached nearly 66 million, and this number makes it ranked tenth in the list of the busiest airports.

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