Airports play an important role in travelling. This is the place from where you board or get off the plane. Many times, you are forced to spend long hours at the airport due to delays, transit or many other reasons. Cleanliness is one of the most important factors when rating an airport. Here is a list of top 5 cleanest airports.
Tokyo International Airport, also called Haneda Airport is one of the two airports that cater to Tokyo. Not only is it the cleanest airport but one of the busiest airports in the world. Haneda Airport has three terminals. Shuttle bus service connects these terminals to each other. Tokyo International Airport won the first position for the cleanest airport of 2013.
Incheon International Airport is the largest airport in South Korea. The airport has an ice-skating rink, spa, golf course, casino, indoor gardens and many other features. It has won many awards including the best shopping mall, fastest in custom processing, and for many years the best airport award. This year, it also stood at the second position for its cleanliness.
Singapore Changi Airport is the main airport in Singapore. With three passenger terminals, it is one of the busiest airports of the world. This airport has won more than 430 awards since 1981. For 2013, it stood at third position for the world’s cleanest airports.
Located on the island of Chek Lap Kok, Hong Kong International Airport is the main airport of Hong Kong. This too is one of the busiest airports and a hub for multiple airlines. Hong Kong International airport stood at number four in the top cleanest airports.
Narita International Airport is the primary international airport for Tokyo. Even though being a ninth busiest airport, it stood at fifth position in the list of cleanest airports.