Singapore Changi Airport has been voted the World's Best Airport for the fourth time, heading a list of 10 international airports announced at the Passenger Terminal EXPO in Geneva on March 12 as recipients of the 2013 World Airport Awards.
Travellers from around the world took part in the survey, which this year garnered 12.1 million responses.
No. 10 London Heathrow Airport
London Heathrow Airport, which was known as London Airport from 1946 to 1965, is located in the London Borough of Hillingdon in West London. In 2013, the airport won the Skyscanner Awards' Best European Airport for Families and Business Traveller Awards' Best Airport Shopping Business.
No. 9 Haneda Airport, Japan
Haneda Airport, or Tokyo International Airport, is the airport that serves the Greater Tokyo Area, and is also the primary base of Japan's two major domestic airlines, Japan Airlines and All Nippon Airways.
No. 8 Vancouver International Airport
According to the official website of Vancouver International Airport, 62 airlines currently serve the airport, connecting people and businesses to 99 destinations in Canada, the US and around the world. About 17 million passengers travelled through the airport in 2011.
It won the Skytrax Best North American Airport award in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013.
No. 7 Zurich Airport, Switzerland
Zurich Airport has received a variety of awards in many different categories, including Europe's Leading Airport, the Best Airport for Baggage Delivery and the Swiss Steel Construction Prize.
No. 6 Munich Airport, Germany
Within just a few years of its launch in 1992, the airport's outstanding growth performance elevated it to join the ranks of Europe's busiest passenger airports. FMG is the operating company of Munich Airport.
No. 5 Beijing Capital International Airport
Beijing Capital International Airport was awarded "The Best Listed Company with Social Responsibility" and "The Best Secretary of the Board of HK Listed Company" on December 2013 at the China's Securities "Golden Bauhinia" 2013 Award Ceremony.
No. 4 Hong Kong International Airport
Airport saw steady growth in all three air traffic categories over the first two months of 2014, according to the press release of Hong Kong International Airport. Combined traffic for January and February showed that passenger volume grew 6.6 per cent year-on-year to over 9.9 million. Flight movements increased by 6 per cent to 61,435 and cargo throughput rose 2.6 per cent to 600,000 tons.
No. 3 Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
Schiphol Airport has been awarded the Best Airport in Europe 2012 and Europe's Best Airport Award 2012 prize by Business Traveller and Airports Council International Europe, respectively.
No. 2 Incheon Airport, South Korea
It has won the highest score in two categories in the Airport Service Quality survey, an annual evaluation organised by the Airports Council International, an international council consisting of representatives from 1,847 airports across the world, for nine consecutive years, according to the official website of Incheon Airport.
No. 1 Changi Airport, Singapore
Currently managed by Changi Airport Group, Changi Airport became operational on July 1, 2009, according to the official website of the airport.
For the past 30 years, Changi Airport Group, previously part of the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore, has established Changi Airport as the world's most awarded "Best Airport".