Top 10 Best Airport Around the Word in 2020
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On August 24, 2020

Incheon International Airport, Incheon, South Korea

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It is the largest airport in South Korea. Incheon international airport rated as the cleanest airport in the world. Here you can enjoy tax free shop. Well decorated entrance that can easily get all the attention. Panoramic curved design glass wall simply enhance the environment. 

Dubai World Central International Airport, Dubai, UAE

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The world’s leading designers have found a place at Dubai international airport. Well decorated entrance that can easily get all the attention. The environment of this airport is captaving.

Menara International Airport, Marrakech, Morocco

Menara International Airport, Marrakech, Morocco

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It has international facility that receives European flights and flights from Casablanca. The airport can easily handle more than 5 million passengers each year. The tents look of this airport striking at any time of day. Their soft glow at sunrise and sunset is captivating.

Denver International Airport, Colorado, USA

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Denver international airport the architecture in the United States leaves much to be desired. Recent construction added a new westin hotel, as well as travelers can easily take a train directly from the airport to downtown Denver.

Bilbao Airport, Bilbao, Spain

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Bilbao airport is the largest airport. It is famous for its new well-designed main terminal designed by Santiago Calatrava. The entrance to the passenger hall in the new terminal building is almost 140m long. The distance from the entrance is around 26m. The layout of the Bilbao airport has  designed to limit the impact of ancillary buildings on the vista of the main building. The floors are designed by bright shining marble. 

Carrasco International Airport, Montevideo, Uruguay

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Carrasco International Airport, it is a private airport. The new building was designed by the uruguayan architect rafael vinoly. The terminal was inaugurated in 2009 and operates in conjunction with the present terminal. The construction of the new terminal building can take the capacity of the airport to 4.5 million passengers per year. The architect’s design strengths are a curved roof to maintain a low profile on the visual landscape, good use of daylighting. There are also restaurants, and other facilities you will get at the airport.

TWA Terminal, John F. Kennedy International Airport, New York, USA

TWA Terminal, John F. Kennedy International Airport, New York, USA

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The mid century structure was elegantly completed in 1962. The airport has a notable winged style construction with curved, and the amazing dey glass curtain walls. Interiors details include an elegant red-coloured lounge with seating built into the floor. Other portions of flooring are full covered in thousands of penny-round tiles. 

Madrid-Barajas International AirportMadrid, Spain

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Madrid Barajas International Airport is the largest airport. It is the 11th busiest airport. The new terminal of this airport was designed to allow passengers an altogether stress-free start for their journey.

Beijing Capital International Airport, Beijing, China

Beijing Capital International Airport, Beijing, China

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The main international airport. Beijing’s international terminal is the world’s largest and most advanced airport building. Designed to be welcoming. The amazing soaring aerodynamic roof and dragon-like form celebrating the thrill and poetry of flight and evoking traditional Chinese colours and symbols. The environment of this airport is captaving. 

Kansai International Airport, Osaka, Japan

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Besides all these airports, Kansai International Airport is the world’s first offshore airport. The Terminal one building consists of a four-story main building and north and south wings. Domestic departure and arrival lobbies are on the second floor, the international departure lobby is on the fourth floor, and the international arrival lobby is on the first floor. The second floor is directly connected to a rail station, and arriving bus stops are on the fourth floor while departing bus stops are on the first floor, making ground transportation access very convenient.

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