Schengen Visa News

These Are the European Airports Ranked Among World’s Best Top 10

Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport in France, as well as Munich Airport in Germany and Zurich Airport in Switzerland, are ranked in the list of the top 10 airports in the world.

The rating was published by the airline rating company, Skytrax, while it announced this year’s winners for the annual World Airport Awards, where more than 550 airports, including Europeans, were evaluated. Awards are given based on customer input, reports.

According to the Skytrax classification, the Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport in France witnessed a significant improvement compared to last year, as it moved from fifteenth to sixth place in the list of the best airports in the world for the year 2022.

In addition, Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport in France also received the award for the best airport in Europe.

However, despite the fact that the majority of European countries have lifted restrictions imposed to stop the spread of the Corona virus, passengers are subject to other inconveniences at European airports. Recently, it was reported that Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport canceled more than 100 flights shortly after employees announced a strike.

At the same time, the German airport of Munich took seventh place in the list of the best airports in the world.

Munich Airport is one of the busiest airports in Germany, having received several awards during this year. It was honored with the Best Airport in Central Europe awards as well as an award for owning the Best Airport Hotel. The main airline at the airport is Lufthansa.

According to traffic figures for the past year, Munich Airport in Germany saw an improvement, taking in a total of 1.4 million passengers, or more than twelve percent to 12.5 million.

The figures revealed that while only 2.2 million passengers were registered at Munich Airport during the first six months of 2021, the second half of the year saw more than 10.3 million passengers.

As soon as the pandemic situation allows, people will want to travel again. We also see this continued demand as an encouraging sign in the New Year. Even if the next several weeks are still difficult, given the expected impact of the Omicron variant, we see excellent prospects for another significant increase in flights and passenger demand in the summer flight schedule”, noted Munich Airport CEO Joost Lammers in this regard. .

According to Skytrax, another European airport is ranked among the top 10 in the world, and more specifically Zurich Airport in Switzerland, which occupies the ninth place in this list.

Schengen Visa

Schengen Countries

Schengen Agreement

Schengen News


Enable Notifications    OK No