It’s no secret that Airline travel is no longer a fun or even pleasant way to travel. Airlines are trying to do more with fewer employees, pushing passengers to use self-service for most travel needs including reservations, check-in, and baggage check. And we all know that going through security can be a nightmare of its own.
1. Zurich Airport:
Zurich Airport which is also known as Kloten Airport is the principal hub of Swiss International Air Lines and the largest international airport of Switzerland. It serves Switzerland’s largest city which is Zurich and, much of the rest of the country is linked with its surface transport. The airport is located 13 km north of central Zurich.
Flughafen Zurich AG has operated Zurich Airport as a privately listed company on behalf of the Swiss Confederation since 2000
2. Seoul Incheon Airport:
Seoul Incheon is the largest airport in South Korea which is one of the largest and busiest airports in the world and the primary airport serving the Seoul National Capital Area. The capital and largest city of South Korea which is Located 48 km west of Seoul, Incheon International Airport is the main hub for Asiana Airlines, Polar Air Cargo, Korean Air and Jeju Air.
In early 2001, the airport opened for business, replacing the older Gimpo International Airport, now serving mostly domestic destinations plus shuttle flights to alternate airports in Japan, Taiwan, and China.
3. Copenhagen Airport:
Currently, Europe’s 15th largest airport, Copenhagen Airport in Kastrup, is the main international airport serving Copenhagen, Denmark, the Oresund Region, entire Zealand, and a large area of southern Sweden. Opened in 1925, it is one of the oldest international airports in Europe and the largest airport in the Nordic countries. It is also the busiest airport for international travel in Scandinavia.
Just 5 miles south of Copenhagen city center, the airport is located on the island of Amager.
Used by Scandinavian Airlines, the airport is the main hub out of three and is also an operating base for Norwegian Air Shuttle and Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia. A considerable number of the airport’s passengers are international, unlike other Scandinavian airports.
4. Changi Airport:
Opened in 1981, Singapore’s Changi Airport was operated by the country’s Civil Aviation Authority until 2009. Changi Airport Group was formed in 2009 to run the airport in response to this.
Changi is the primary civilian airport for Singapore, and one of the largest transportation hubs in Southeast Asia. Located in Changi, at the eastern end of Singapore, the airport is approximately 10.7 miles northeast of downtown Singapore. It is the home base of Singapore Airlines, Singapore Airlines Cargo, SilkAir, Scoot, Tigerair, Jetstar Asia Airways, Valuair and BOC Aviation, as well as a focus city of AirAsia.