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Discover the Most Modern Airports in the World

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The Most Impressive Modern Airports in the World

When visiting a new City, the airport is the first location you need to be familiar with. It’s a location where we normally don’t stay long, so people are often unaware of its amenities, infrastructure, or dining choices.

However, some airport developers or government agencies spend a lot of money making them nice, contemporary, and distinctive, making the facilities associated with comfort and top-notch technology for onlookers.

Of course, exploring a new city or nation is the reason why we visit airports, but why not spare a few more hours to explore and discover the amenities and facilities of your chosen airport?

We’ve compiled a list of modern airports you should explore on your upcoming travel!

Incheon International Airport (ICN), South Korea

Incheon International Airport by Hannah Park via Unsplash
Incheon International Airport by Hannah Park via Unsplash

Incheon International Airport, one of the newest and busiest in South Korea, is 60 kilometers from Seoul, the country’s capital.

Korean Air, Jeju Air, Asiana Airlines, and Polar Air Cargo all have their hubs here.

Its building took almost nine years to complete.

This airport was intended to take the role of Gimpo International Airport, whose activities were dedicated to domestic travel and flights to nearby nations like Japan and China, and it was opened about twenty years ago.

Munich Airport — Franz Josef Strauss, Germany

Skytrax has named this airport the best in Europe 12 times, making it the only European airport to appear on the list of the top airports worldwide.

Munich Airport by Konstantin von Wedelstaedt via Wikimedia cc
Munich Airport By Konstantin von Wedelstaedt – Gallery page http://www.airliners.net/photo//0517640/LPhoto http://cdn-www.airliners.net/aviation-photos/photos/0/4/6/0517640.jpg, GFDL 1.2, cc

Those who have been there or seen pictures of its amenities can attest that it is feasible to live there quietly — or, at least, get off to the perfect start on tour (don’t forget to compile a trip checklist for that).

Franz Josef Strauss Airport is located less than 30 kilometers from Munich, which is regarded as one of Germany’s most picturesque towns.

Changi Airport in Singapore

This Singaporean airport will be ideal for you if you dislike waiting in queues.

This holds true for both the service desks and the free, open-to-the-public movie there and other places to unwind.

Changi Airport
Changi Airport

It is understandable why it has consistently been ranked as the greatest airport in the world by the World Airports Awards for six years running.

Approximately 60 million people use Changi Airport each year.

Due to ongoing facility upgrades intended to enhance the client experience, it is continually expanding its capacity.

China’s Shenzhen International Airport

This airport in China will capture the heart of everyone who appreciates minimalist design trends.

Despite not having a good reputation, it is among the ten busiest in the nation, including Hong Kong.

Shenzhen International Airport Terminal 3 by Wanghongliu via Wikipedia cc
Shenzhen International Airport Terminal 3 by Wanghongliu via Wikipedia cc

The Terminal 3 refurbishment, which lasted five years, is one of the things that sticks out the most.

Its design, like a beehive, was created by the architectural design team of Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas.

Qatar’s Hamad International Airport

Speaking about opulent airports, the country’s busiest airport, Hamad International, which took the position of Doha, got an investment of almost $15 billion.

Hamad International Airport by Homare21 via Wikipedia cc
Hamad International Airport by Homare21 via Wikipedia cc

Naturally, with so much on the line, it would turn into a masterpiece and a must-see on vacation to the Orient.

One of the wealthiest nations in the world was expected to do no less.

Marrakech-Menara Airport in Morocco

Skyteam named this airport the most beautiful in the world in 2017. It displays elements of traditional Moroccan heritage.

Marrakesh Menara Airport by Arnaud 25 via Wikimedia cc
Marrakesh Menara Airport by Arnaud 25 via Wikimedia cc

The remodeling of one of its terminals had a major role in the accomplishment.

It is one of the country’s busiest airports, operating both local and international flights, and has a capacity to hold up to 9 million people annually.

Narita International Airport, Japan

Narita International Airport Terminal 2 by Banbam1029 via Wikimedia cc
Narita International Airport Terminal 2 by Banbam1029 via Wikimedia cc

Japanese airport in Chiba, which handles most of the nation’s foreign flights, is a prime example of modernism and the primary entry point.

Visitors to the area can visit several traditional Japanese stores and eateries and purchase Japanese-style trinkets.

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Written by Markus Castro

A cat person by day and a writer by night. He loves to travel to his favorite destinations in Southeast Asia.

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