Skytrax released a study ranking the world’s best airports in 2019

AAA World Article

Traveling can be stressful and hectic, especially if you’re flying internationally. However, making a stop in one of these airports may make your trip more enjoyable.

Skytrax, a leading airline review and rating agency, recently released a study ranking the world’s best airports in 2019.

The top 10 international airports include:

  1. Changi Airport (Singapore)

  2. Haneda International Airport (Tokyo)

  3. Incheon International Airport (South Korea)

  4. Hamad International Airport (Qatar)

  5. Hong Kong International Airport (China)

  6. Chubu Centrair International Airport (Japan)

  7. Munic Airport (Germany)

  8. London Heathrow Airport (England)

  9. Narita International Airport (Tokyo)

  10. Zurich Airport (Switzerland)

Changi Airport Singapore was voted the World’s Best Airport in 2019 for the seventh year in a row. While no U.S. airports made the overall top 10 list, they did rank well in a few individual categories.

Top category winners in North America:

  • Best Airport Staff – Seattle-Tacoma International Airport
  • Best Regional Airport – Denver International Airport
  • Best Website & Digital Services – Houston Airports System

Some of the best U.S. airports based on number of passengers include:

  • Atlanta, Los Angeles, and Chicago O’Hare (70+ million passengers)
  • Denver and Dallas/Fort Worth (60-70 million passengers)
  • San Francisco (50-60 million passengers)
  • Houston George Bush and Seattle-Tacoma (40-50 million passengers)
  • Minneapolis St. Paul and Detroit Metropolitan (30-40 million passengers)
  • Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky (5-10 million passengers)