U.S. Fails to Make Top 10 (or Even Top 29) Best Airports

U.S. Fails to Make Top 10 (or Even Top 29) Best Airports

For the third consecutive year, Singapore Changi Airport tops the list of the World’s Best Airports, released this month by air travel rating company Skytrax. Launched in 1999, the awards are based on surveys of passengers worldwide. The survey has grown every year since it began: More than 13 million entries were counted for the most recent rankings.

More than half of the top 10 airports are in Asia; Japan claims two top-10 spots after Central Japan Intern

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