AirHelp, the vanguard of aviation information, has boldly declared the top ten worst airports around the world.
According to ambusinessng.com, the list follows the list of the top ten airports in the world which is dominated by airports in Asia. The topping of the list by Asia is not a surprise as the continent has pivoted to catering for tourists. For the industry to thrive, excellent experience, infrastructure and culture at airports have to be cultivated and maintained.
In the list released by AirHelp, Banjamarsin International Airport in Indonesia emerged as the worst airport to travel with. It is followed by Maltese International Airport in Malta in the second place.
For the third place, the popular London Gatwick Airport is followed in the fourth place by Lisbon Delgado in Portugal. Belgrade Nikola International Airport in Serbia and Denpasar International Airport in Indonesia shared the fifth and sixth places respectively.
The Canadian Toronto Pearson International Airport and Sofia Airport in Bulgaria were in the seventh and eighth places on the list. Closing up the list are Marseille International Airport in France and Halim International Indonesia in the ninth and tenth places.
The release of the list by AirHelp in a small way helps travelers embarking on trips during the festive Christmas season with information about airports to avoid in their travels.
In the list, Asia’s Indonesia had the worst airports in the world. Here is the list of the top ten worst airports.
- Banjamarsin International Airport in Indonesia
- Maltese International Airport in Malta
- London Gatwick Airport
- Lisbon Delgado in Portugal
- Belgrade Nikola International Airport in Serbia
- Denpasar International Airport in Indonesia
- Canadian Toronto Pearson International Airport
- Sofia Airport in Bulgaria
- Marseille International Airport in France
- Halim International Indonesia