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The 7 Best Airports in the World – and How to Call Them

The 7 Best Airports in the World – and How to Call Them

Airports are a major part of the travel experience. The best airports in the world not only help you get from point A to B, they also create a positive impression about their host countries. It is common to see a lot of effort being put into creating a functional airport that impresses at the arrival, departure and at every turning point.

In our ranking, we consider factors like ease of access, baggage handling, immigration protocols, and the security process, combined with the basics like hygiene, air conditioning, ventilation, lighting, customer service and so forth. Airport history also comes into play, as we only included airports with the highest safety ratings. Based on this criteria, here is a list of the 7 best airports in the world. We include a contact number for each airport on this list.

Every airport on our list that meets our criteria is also a five star airport according to Skytrax.

Hamad International Airport

Located in Doha, the capital city of Qatar, Hamad International Airport has been described as the most architecturally complex airport in the world. This airport evokes a feeling of royalty as the design goes beyond the normal standard public-space design. Hamad officially opened for business in May 2014, replacing the former Doha International Airport as Qatar’s newest international airport.

The staff at Hamad International Airport is very diligent; from the immigration officials right down to the non-customer relations staff such as the cargo-handling personnel. The way they go about their duties is most professional.

How to call Hamad International Airport: +974 40102523

Hong Kong International Airport

Located on the island of Chek Lap Kok, Hong Kong International Airport has been highly praised by customer reviews based on efficiency, terminal comfort, passenger facilities, cleanliness, and staff service. With around 65,000 employees, Hong Kong International Airport flies to over 180 locations throughout the world, including 44 locations in China’s mainland.

It was built from land reclaimed by the expansion of the closed Kai Tak Airport. This airport is a former multiple award winner of “Airport Of The Year” at the World Airport Awards.

All this comes together to make the experience awesome and leaves a lasting impression on travelers.

How to call Hong Kong Airport: +852 2181 8888

Chubu Centrair International Airport

Located 22 miles south of Nagoya, The Chubu Centrair International Airport is one of Japan’s best airports. It is sometimes referred to as the Central Japan International Airport.

This airport is the second of its type to be built on a manmade island. It is very busy, serving a large number of domestic flights to Asian cities such as Bangkok and Singapore. Longer haul routes include Helsinki, Frankfurt, Honolulu, and Detroit. This airport still manages to preserve its facilities and staff service to their customers which makes it one of the top 7 best airports in the world.

This airport serves Nagoya, which is the third largest metropolitan cities in Japan.

How to call Chubu Centrair International Airport: +81 569-38-1195

Tokyo Haneda International Airport

The Tokyo Haneda International Airport is located in Ota, Tokyo. It serves both domestic and international flights. Haneda Airport has been in operation since 1978 up to 2010, handling commercial flights and also charter flights to cities in East Asia.

The Haneda airport itself is a sight to behold. It is neat, the staffs are modest, and the design is efficient in every area. The airport has been  Because of its prim fancy façade, this airport is used majorly for handling premium business routes while Narita Airport is used for minor and leisure related routes provided by low-cost airlines.

How to call Tokyo Haneda International Airport: +81 3-5757-8111

Munich International Airport

The Munich International Airport in Germany is the second busiest airport in Germany in terms of passenger traffic. Munich Airport’s efficiency and timely operation is to be expected, as it hinges on the German culture of timeliness and efficiency.

This airport has been given a five-star rating by Skytrax for 10 of the past 12 years in a row. The airport also adds aesthetics and cleanliness to its impressiveness. It ranks well in criteria like ease of navigation, punctuality and free internet access. These factors and more make Munich international airport one of the best major airports in the world.

How to call Munich International Airport: +49 89 975 00

Seoul Incheon International Airport

The Seoul Incheon International Airport is the largest airport in South Korea and one of the busiest airports in the world. It won the “Airport Of The Year” recently at the World Airport Awards.

This airport is able to balance efficiency and cleanliness. The baggage mishandling rate is incredibly low and the flights are usually on time. It’s also inexpensive to get to and from Incheon Airport.

How to call Seoul Incheon International Airport: +82 32 741 24 00

Singapore Changi Airport

The Singapore Changi Airport has around 5000 arrivals and departures per day.

It has been named one of the top three airports in the “World’s Best Airport” by Skytrax for 4 years consecutively.

How to call Singapore Changi Airport: +65 6595 6868

Every airport is the window into the inner country and as such, it is important to maintain a good impression by providing a positive experience of a tourism-friendly environment. A lot of countries have gone to great extent to do this and it has really paid off well in the long run by attracting the right investments. One thing is to advertise on the media, another is when travelers are passing through by the use of the country’s airline and having the opportunity to get a glimpse of the country itself. If they are impressed, or not, chances are that if they have to do business or leisure in that country, their experiences when passing through will actively or passively be a determining factor, hence the need is to provide a positive airport experience.


Top 10 Budget Airlines in Asia (and How to Reach Them)

Flying through Asia on a low-cost airline is a great way to save money on travel. Asia is one of the most popular travel destinations in the world and home to major financial hubs, so there are many airlines in the industry.

In addition to a rise in tourism, we forecast that Asia will continue to establish itself as a global business hub in 2017. Goldman Sachs writes that “the opportunity in global equities is in Asia” in its Top Ten Market Themes of 2017. Plan for an increase in business-related travel to cities like Ho Chi Minh City, Bangalore and Bangkok over the next three to five years.

Airlines are adding new flight routes within Asia every day. Budget airlines offer affordable flights, so they will help you travel on a budget. However, it’s important to fly with a safe and reliable airline when you travel in Asia. We created this (unofficial) list using the 2016 World Airlines Awards and hundreds of real customer reviews.

We provide a call forwarding service for airlines to connect with their customers internationally, so we also share details to reach each airline over the phone. We present the top 10 budget airlines in Asia and how to reach them:

1. Air Asia

Skytrax rating: 3 stars

Value score: 4/5

For the eighth consecutive year, Air Asia was named the “World’s Best Low-Cost Airline” by Skytrax. They fly to more than 120 destinations across Asia, and Air Asia is adding routes to Tokyo, Honolulu and multiple destinations in India. The BIG Loyalty Program allows frequent fliers to redeem points for free hotels and flights.

They have a call centre with local phone numbers in more than 15 countries. Customers in the United States can call Air Asia toll free at +91 80 4666 2222. Click here for more information about their call centres.

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How to call Air Asia: +1 (844) 727-4588

2. Air Asia X

Skytrax rating: 3 stars

Customer rating: 8/10 (295 reviews)

Air Asia X is an affiliate of Air Asia that offers slightly bigger seats across longer distances. It has great customer reviews and a solid rating from Skytrax.

Air Asia X flies to multiple destinations across Southeast Asia, Oceania and the Middle East. Its jet fleet consists of mostly Airbus A330-300s, with orders on the way for the new Airbus A330-900neo.

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How to call Air Asia X: +91 80 4666 2222


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+91 80 4666 2222

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Our hotline is dedicated to AirAsia X flights serving AirAsia X guests on flights with the airline code D7 and Thai AirAsia X guests with airline code XJ

+81 50 6864 8181

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+81 50 3176 1789

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Our hotline is dedicated to AirAsia X & Philippines AirAsia flights AirAsia X guests on flights with the airline code D7, Thai AirAsia X guests on flights with the airline code XJ and Philippines AirAsia guests

050 4092 00525

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+66 2 515 9999

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3. IndiGo

Staff service: 4/5

Customer rating: 8/10 (164 reviews)

Founded in 2006, IndiGo is the largest airline in India. It has a market share of 39+% in India according to the company’s About Us page, and it continues to order new airplanes and add flight destinations in Asia.

IndiGo is known for providing some of the industry’s best staff service. A customer review on Airline Quality said about Indigo: “we were welcomed warmly by the cabin crew … the aircraft seemed clean … the seats had a very soft cushioning … I recommend this airline.” Fittingly, IndiGo has been named a “Great Place to Work for in India” eight years in a row.

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How to call IndiGo: +91 (0)124 435 2500

4. Tigerair

Skytrax rating: 3 stars

Customer rating: 7/10 (152 reviews)

Tigerair is headquartered in Singapore and offers affordable flights to India, China and Southeast Asia.

Customer reviews to start 2017 have been excellent, so we bumped Tigerair up in our rankings. One satisfied customer said his flight “arrived on time … was enjoyable” and that he “will fly again with Tigerair.”

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How to call Tigerair: +886 2 5599 2555

5. Nok Air

Skytrax rating: 3 stars

Customer rating: 7/10 (77 reviews)

Established in 2004, Nok Air is a top low-cost carrier in Asia. They currently fly the largest number of domestic routes within Thailand and they offer international flights to China, Japan and Southeast Asia. In May 2017, Nok Air will begin offering flights to Beijing!

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How to call Nok Air: +662 088 8955

6. Jetstar Asia

Skytrax rating: 3 stars

Customer rating: 6/10 (113 reviews)

Jetstar is a reliable airline to book a flight in Asia. It is a low-cost subsidiary of Jetstar Airways based in Singapore. Jetstar Asia was a top 10 airline by passenger carriage from 2007 until 2015 according to the Changi Airline Awards, and it offers flights to regional destinations in East and Southeast Asia.

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How to call Jetstar Asia: +1 866 397-8170

7. THAI Smile

Customer reviews: 8/10 (22 reviews)

Staff service: 4/5

THAI Smile is one of the best low-cost airlines in Asia. This is a full service airline that offers affordable flights to South East Asia, China and India. It launched in 2012 and has since grown to become a top industry player. Customer reviews are very positive to start 2017, and THAI Smile is praised for providing excellent staff service at a great value.

THAI Smile offers great value through affordable tickets that include a complimentary food and beverage service on board and free checked baggage. Joining the Royal Orchid Plus rewards program can be an added bonus.

We expect THAI Smile to continue its ascent in the next few years as it boosts coverage in Asean, China and India.

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How to call THAI Smile: +66 2 118 8888

8. SpiceJet

Skytrax rating: N/A

Customer reviews: 5/10 (99 reviews)

Spicejet offers flight services throughout India. In reviews, customers praised the fair value they got for their money. Seung June Chang from India said “The flight ticket is extremely cheap, so you can expect to save your budget.”

SpiceJet’s fleet mostly consists of Boeing 737-800s (safe, comfortable and efficient)  for short and medium-range flights in India conditions. The Bombardier Q400, a high-tech turboprop, is another airliner in the fleet. SpiceJet has also confirmed orders for New 737 MAX 8 airplanes. This is a top choice because the company invests heavily in safety and maintenance.

SpiceJet will start direct flights from Delhi to Bangkok effective from 15th April, 2017.

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How to call SpiceJet: +91 987 180 3333

9. Scoot

Skytrax rating: 3 stars

Customer reviews: 6/10 (274 reviews)

Scoot is a low-cost airline in Singapore. Launched in 2012, Scoot offers medium and long-haul routes from Singapore. Skytrax gave Scoot a 3 star rating, and it was higher on our list before receiving a string of mixed customer reviews to start 2017. One customer complained “they nickel and dime you for everything.” However, Scoot is still one of the best low-cost airlines in Asia.

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How to call Scoot: +1 808 206 7487

10. Peach Air

Skytrax rating: N/A

Customer reviews: 5/10 (28 reviews)

Peach Aviation is a low-cost airline based in Osaka. Peach offers cheap flights to cool Asian cities like Tokyo, Shanghai, Bangkok and Seoul. Peach Air is growing rapidly by ordering new jets and adding flight routes.

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How to call Peach Air: +03 6731 9241

*We evaluated several sources to determine our list, including customer reviews on Skytrax and results from the 2019 World Airlines Awards. We are not affiliated with any of these airlines.