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eDreams reveals Best Airports in the World

The global report, compiled from thousands of customer reviews gathered over the last year, shows that travellers have once again preferred the services and installations of the Asian airports, above those offered by the European ones.

LONDON – eDreams, the European online travel agency, has released its third annual ranking of the “Best Airports in the World 2013“. 
While Singapore’s Changi Airport (SIN) maintains its number two position in the ranking for the second year running, it’s Tokyo’s Narita International Airport (NRT) that secured first place in 2013, a jump from its fourth place position in the 2012 survey.
London Heathrow is the only UK airport making an appearance in the rankings, coming in 4th place in the Bars & Restaurants category, 8th for Shopping and 10th in the world for its waiting lounges. This is the first time London Heathrow is present in eDreams’ third annual study.
Compared to the 2012 results, European airports have fared slightly better in the overall rankings of the 2013 survey. Five European airports have made it into the top 10 best airports in 2013, compared to just four in 2012. The highest rated European airport is Germany’s Hamburg Airport (HAM) with an overall position of fourth place.
According to Mauricio Prieto, Co-founder and Director of Marketing of eDreams, “Carrying out these surveys continues to form an important part of what we do at eDreams, as it allows us to truly understand what our customers look for in an airport and where in the world they are being best served.” Prieto adds, “Such valuable feedback can only come from the travellers experiencing these airports for themselves.”  
The eDreams “Best Airports in the World 2013” study was made possible by participating eDreams customers, a number that has reached in excess of 14 million travellers. The travel agency’s customer reviews highlight the importance of comfort and convenience when travelling through an airport, with none of the lowest ranked airports making it into the top 10 for any of the individually scored services, including Bars & Restaurants, Shopping and Waiting Lounges.
As for the airports with the lowest overall ratings, eDreams customers deemed two of Paris’s airports, Paris Orly Airport (ORY) and Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG), the two worst airports in the world. Consult the full list of the world’s best and worst airports here:
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