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World's top 10 best airports in 2015 (China Daily)

by September 2, 2015 Aviation

Beijing Capital International Airport, China’s busiest, has ranked the 10th best in the world this year with Singapore’s Changi International Airport taking the crown, according to Skytrax, a London-based aviation website and global source of airline ratings and reviews.

The rankings began in 1999 and are based on 13 million questionnaires completed by travelers around the world.

Passengers give marks based on their experience from check-in, to arrivals, transfers, shopping, security and immigration through to departure at the gate.

Let’s take a look at the top 10 best airports to have won passengers’ hearts this year.

No 10 Beijing Capital International Airport

Beijing’s major international airport stands 10th in the Skytrax rankings, May 31, 2011. [Photo/IC]

No 9 Amsterdam Schiphol

Amsterdam Schiphol International Airport in the Netherlands is the fifth busiest airport in Europe, April 26, 2015. [Photo/IC]

No 8 London Heathrow Airport

View of London Heathrow Airport,May 11, 2010. [Photo/IC]

No 7 Central Japan International Airport

A view of Central Japan International Airport in Nagoya, April 2006. [Photo/IC]

No 6 Zurich Airport

Travelers wait in a bar at the ‘Airside Center’, which connects docks A and B, serves as a passenger hub and as Zurich Airport’s landmark in Kloten in the canton of Zurich, Switzerland, Oct 2, 2008. [Photo/IC]

No 5 Tokyo International Haneda

Tokyo International Airport, commonly known as Haneda Airport, Jan 27, 2013. [Photo/IC]

No 4 Hong Kong International Airport

An exterior view of Hong Kong International Airport, June 1, 2007. [Photo/IC]

No 3 Munich Airport

An interior view of Germany’s Munich Airport. [Photo/IC]

No 2 Incheon International Airport

Travelers take pictures in front of a holiday display at Incheon International Airport in Incheon, South Korea, Dec 21, 2012. [Photo/IC]

No 1 Singapore Changi

Many flowers and gardens can be seen around Singapore’s Changi International Airport, April 5, 2011. [Photo/IC]