A lot of times it happens that you are able to derive a lot out of the very first impression. You could judge the character of a stranger, the taste of a strange looking dish or the behavior of a strange looking girl (in most but not all cases). The first impression can play a big role to influence your decisions. If you are a frequent traveller the first thing which you are bound to get influenced from is the airport you land in. An airport can tell you a lot of things about the city, things which you might have read about and also the things which you might not have read about. So if it’s your first time in the city, have a good look at the airport and plan you moves accordingly.
It could get tough to find out how good an airport was and how was it better than the rest. In order to help you, there are certain organizations which judge the airports on certain criteria like size, facilities offered, hospitality, the number of flights plying to different destinations etc. There are certain airports which are ranked amongst the top airports in the world, and some of them are as under.1. Munich Airport:
The second busiest airport after the Frankfurt Airport in Germany, the Munich Airport is fully loaded with all what you can ask from airports. The best part about the airport apart from the shopping, business and recreation area, is the Visitors Park and the Visitors Hill by which the Airport authorities cater to the needs of the tourists and sight seers. 2. Kuala Lumpur Airport:
The Kuala Lumpur airport takes defines a new level for other airports to match when it comes to technology. One of the most high tech airports in Asia, this airport is regarded as the southeast Asia’s Aviation Hub. Situated in the majestic Malaysia, the Kuala Lumpur Airport is capable of handling over 120 aircrafts.3. Zurich Airport:
It’s not only about Swiss chocolates, it’s also about the airport you land at and the Zurich Airport would dazzle you off your feet. The Zurich Airport is largest International Flight Gateway for Switzerland and is a hub for Swiss airlines.