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, have been ranked in the top 10 world’s best airports list.

The ranking has been published by the aviation rating firm, SkyTrax, while it announced the winners of this year for its annual World Airport Awards, in which more than 550 airports were assessed, including European ones. The awards are given based on customer input, reports.

According to the Skytrax ranking, the Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport in France has marked a significant improvement compared to last year, moving from the 15th position to the sixth position on the list of the world’s best airports for 2022.

In addition, the Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport in France was also awarded the best airport in Europe.

However, despite the fact that the majority of European countries have lifted the restrictions imposed to halt the further spread of the Coronavirus, passengers are subject to other inconveniences at European airports. Recently, it was reported that Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport canceled over 100 flights soon after the staff announced a strike.

At the same time, Germany’s Munich Airport has been placed in the seventh position on the list of the world’s best airports.

Munich Airport is among the busiest ones in Germany, while it 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 airport’s primary airline is Lufthansa.

According to the traffic figures for last year, Munich Airport in Germany marked an improvement, welcoming a total of 1.4 million passengers or more than twelve per cent to 12.5 million passengers.

The figures revealed that while only 2.2 million travelers were registered at Munich Airport over 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 for it, people want to travel again. We also see this uninterrupted demand as an encouraging sign concerning the new year. Even if the next several weeks are still challenging, considering the impact of the Omicron variant envisaged, we see excellent prospects for considerable increase in flights and passenger demand in the summer flight schedule,” CEO of Munich Airport, Jost Lammers, pointed out in this regard.

According to Skytrax, another European airport has among the top 10 world’s best airports, more specifically the Zurich Airport in Switzerland, which has been ranked the ninth position in this list.

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