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Top Ten Airports in the World 2014

Singapore ​Changi Airport​
Singapore ​Changi Airport​

As of 2017, seven countries have at least two airports in the top 50; the United States of America has 15, Greater China has 10, and the United Kingdom, Japan, Germany, India and Spain have two airports each.

Incheon ​International Airport​
Incheon ​International Airport​

Incheon International Airport (IIA) (IATA: ICN, ICAO: RKSI) (sometimes referred to as Seoul–Incheon International Airport) is the largest airport in South Korea, the primary airport serving the Seoul Capital Area, and one of the largest and busiest airports in the world.

Munich ​Airport​
Munich ​Airport​

For the second year in a row, Singapore's Changi Airport has been voted the world's best airport, with the top 10 list dominated by Asia and Europe.

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Hong Kong ​International Airport​
Hong Kong ​International Airport​

Hong Kong International Airport . Not far behind Heathrow, Hong Kong welcomed 70 million passengers in 2016, a growth of 3 per cent since 2015. It's in eighth place in terms of busiest airports over all. Amsterdam Airport Schiphol . For being a one-terminal airport with a limit of 500,000 flights a year, Schiphol packs a punch.

Amsterdam ​Airport Schiphol​
Amsterdam ​Airport Schiphol​

As of 2017, seven countries have at least two airports in the top 50; the United States of America has 15, Greater China has 10, and the United Kingdom, Japan, Germany, India and Spain have two airports each.

Haneda ​Airport​
Haneda ​Airport​

As of 2017, seven countries have at least two airports in the top 50; the United States of America has 15, Greater China has 10, and the United Kingdom, Japan, Germany, India and Spain have two airports each.

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Beijing ​Capital International Airport​
Beijing ​Capital International Airport​

Beijing Capital added Terminal 3 in 2008 in time for the 2008 Summer Olympics, the second largest airport terminal in the world after Dubai International Airport's Terminal 3, and the sixth largest building in the world by area. Beijing Capital International Airport covers 1480 hectares of land.

Zurich Airport​
Zurich Airport​

The busiest airports are located in Zurich, Geneva, and Basel. Over 50 million travelers arrive in the country every year of which more than half of the passengers served by Zurich Airport. The Busiest Swiss Airports 1. Zurich Airport. Zurich Airport is the largest international and busiest airport of Switzerland.

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Vancouver ​International Airport​
Vancouver ​International Airport​

Vancouver International Airport is owned by Transport Canada and is managed by Vancouver Airport Authority, which also manages other airports around the world through its Vantage Airport Group subsidiary. Vancouver has been awarded the Skytrax World Airport Awards Best Airport in North America a record nine years in a row.

Heathrow ​Airport​
Heathrow ​Airport​

As of 2017, seven countries have at least two airports in the top 50; the United States of America has 15, Greater China has 10, and the United Kingdom, Japan, Germany, India and Spain have two airports each.

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