5 US airports rank in the World’s Top 10

New research reveals the best airports in the world & 5 U.S. airports rank in the top 10!

But which of the world’s airports are the best for travelers? Looking at a number of factors including delays, parking costs, transfer times and more, industry analysts have ranked the world’s 50 busiest airports.

Singapore Changi Airport

New research analyzed airports on a variety of factors, such as on-time performance, the cost of parking and transfers, transfer times and the number of restaurants and shops, to reveal the world’s best airports. 

The World’s Top 10 Airports 

Rank Airport Total Passengers (2019) Cost of 1 Week Parking Drop Off Cost Restaurants Shops Estimated Taxi Transfer Time (mins) Estimated Taxi Transfer Cost On-time Performance Airport Score /10
1 Singapore Changi  68.3m $25.98 $0.03 159 224 18 $14 82.0% 8.32
2 Tokyo Haneda  85.5m $93.60 $0.00 153 173 14 $54 86.4% 8.03
3 Mexico City International  50.3m $107.49 $1.17 168 226 7 $14 80.3% 7.40
4 Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International  110.5m $98.00 $3.00 159 113 13 $27 82.6% 7.34
5 Frankfurt  70.6m $51.89 $0.00 60 113 13 $27 71.3% 6.84
6 Charlotte Douglas International  50.2m $70.00 $0.00 68 50 11 $27 79.2% 6.61
7 Orlando International  50.6m $70.00 $0.00 78 73 18 $41 76.6% 6.32
8 Dallas/Fort Worth International  75.1m $70.00 $2.00 99 92 22 $41 75.7% 6.15
9 Miami International  45.9m $119.00 $0.00 29 137 11 $27 79.2% 6.05
10 Los Angeles International  88.1m $210.00 $0.00 89 81 21 $95 80.0% 5.92
1. Singapore Changi Airport, Singapore – 8.32/10

Singapore Changi is one of the busiest airports in Southeast Asia and offers an unrivalled experience for its passengers, with a score of 8.32.

Changi has the second-highest number of shops on offer (224) and allows you to park for just £19.14 for a week.

2. Tokyo Haneda Airport, Japan – 8.03/10

Another Asian airport comes in second place, with Tokyo Haneda scoring 8.03. Haneda is also incredibly busy, yet was the top-scoring airport for on-time flights.

The airport was once Tokyo’s main airport but has since tried to shift its focus to premium business routes.

3. Mexico City International Airport, Mexico – 7.40/10

In third place is Mexico City International Airport, also known as Benito Juárez International Airport, the busiest airport in Latin America.

While it scored poorly on some factors, Mexico City has 226 shops and is also just seven minutes away from the city center.

Five of the top ten airports are located in the USA, with Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport ranking the highest in the USA and at fourth place overall.

Hartsfield-Jackson is also the world’s busiest airport in terms of passengers welcoming over 110 million passengers through its terminals in 2019. 

Charlotte Douglas Airport, Orlando International Airport, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and Miami Airport all rank in 6th to 10th place respectively. 

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