The most modern airports of the world
The airports around the world are more advanced than ever before. With new technologies, many airports are becoming more efficient and user-friendly while still maintaining their iconic designs. Here is a list of some of the most modern airports in the world:
Incheon International Airport
Incheon International Airport is located in Incheon, South Korea. It is the main international airport serving Seoul and the entire South Korea. Incheon International Airport has three runways that can accommodate large aircraft including 747s and A380s, making it one of only two airports in Asia with such capability (the other being Hong Kong). The airport also serves as a hub for Korean Air and Asiana Airlines.
Kansai International Airport, Japan
Kansai International Airport is located in Osaka, Japan. It's one of the most efficient airports in the world and has a unique layout that makes it easy to navigate. The airport has 5 runways, 3 terminals (Terminal 1 for domestic flights; Terminal 2 for international flights; Terminal 3 for low-cost carriers), 6 concourses (Concourses A through F), and 8 parking garages. Kansai International Airport opened its doors in 1994 after being built on an artificial island off shore from central Osaka city center by filling up shallow sea areas with sand dredged from nearby rivers. As an island airport with no direct access to mainland Japan except by ferry or water taxi service from Kobe City Port, KIX handles all international flights into/out of Osaka prefecture as well as some domestic flights within western Japan.
Hamad International Airport, Doha, Qatar
Qatar's largest airport, Hamad International Airport (HIA), is the main hub for Qatar Airways and one of the busiest in the world. Located just outside Doha, it has been named "The World's Best Airport" by Skytrax since 2011. The airport covers 694 square kilometers (268 sq mi) and is currently undergoing significant expansion as part of its plan to become one of the world's top three airports by 2022. HIA has more than 40 aircraft parking stands able to accommodate wide-body aircraft such as A380s or B747s; however, only 22 stands are currently in use due to limited space availability caused by ongoing construction projects at Terminal 1 & 2.
Amsterdam Schiphol Airport Netherlands
The airport is the fifth busiest in Europe, second largest in Europe and third largest for international passengers. It is also the world's 14th busiest airport by passenger traffic. The airport's history dates back to 1916, when it was established as a military airfield. It became the country's main hub for international air traffic in 1956. Schiphol Airport is home to many airlines including KLM, Delta Air Lines and Air France. In addition, it serves as the primary hub for several low-cost carriers such as Transavia Airlines and EasyJet.
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
Atlanta is the capital and most populous city of the U.S state of Georgia, with an estimated 2018 population of 486,725. Atlanta is also the cultural and economic center of the Atlanta metropolitan area, which has a population of over 6 million and spans across many counties throughout Georgia and Alabama.
Kuala Lumpur International Airport
Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) is the main international airport in Malaysia. It is located in Sepang District, Selangor, about 23 km south of Kuala Lumpur city centre and serves as one of two hubs for Malaysia Airlines. It is also the world's second busiest airport by international passenger traffic, after Atlanta International Airport; this means it has more international passengers than any other airport on earth.* It was built to replace Kuala Lumpur International Airport at Subang Jaya which had reached its capacity limits. The new airport was designed by Kenzo Tange Associates and constructed by Kumagai Gumi Joint Venture.
Hong Kong International Airport
If you're looking for the best airport experience in the world, look no further than Hong Kong International Airport. This airport has been voted by travelers as having the best service, shopping, dining and lounges in the world. It also offers free WiFi that works well throughout its terminals--and if you're stuck waiting for your flight at one of those benches near Gate 10A like I was this morning (for three hours), there are plenty of charging stations to keep your phone battery alive while you wait!
If parking is what concerns you most about getting through security quickly, HKIA has got that covered too: their parking garages are spacious enough so that they never fill up before opening hours end at midnight on weekends; plus they've got valet services available so even if someone else takes up all those spaces with their cars before yours gets there (which would never happen because everyone knows how great this airport is!), then someone else will pick up after them when they leave!
We hope you enjoyed our list of the most modern airports in the world. We know that there are many more out there and we would love for you to share them with us in the comments section below!