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Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
Country: United States
Largest and busiest airport in the world, main hub of Delta Air Lines.

Chicago O`Hare International Airport
Country: United States
Second largest airport in the world, hub of both United Airlines and American Airlines.

London Heathrow Airport
Country: United Kingdom
World's busiest airport in terms of international passenger traffic, hub of British Airways.

Tokyo Haneda Airport
Country: Japan
Largest airport of Asia, base of both Japan Airlines and All Nippin Airways.

Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport
Country: France
Second largest airport in Europe, hub of french airline Air France.

Beijing Capital International Airport
Country: China
Second largest airport in Asia and the main gateway in China, hub of Air China.

Frankfurt Airport
Country: Germany
Main hub of german carrier Lufthansa, the third largest airport in Europe.

Sydney Airport
Country: Australia
Largest airport in Australia, the base of the airline Qantas.

Sao Paulo Guarulhos International Airport
Country: Brazil
Largest airport in South America, hub of the brazilian airline TAM Linhas Aereas.

Johannesburg OR Tambo International Airport
Country: South Africa
Largest airport in Africa, the base of South African Airways.


Latest Airport Reviews & Traveller Opinions

Aruba Reina Beatrix Airport
11 August 2014 Guest

Much improved over the old terminal. Check the Customs line before you hang out too long in the duty free area. An hour to get through the line isn't unheard of. Once in the gate area, there are few food options and they are all basic. Still that seems to get better each year. There are plenty of car rental options at the airport and cabs are plentiful. Baggage return is pretty slow. If you have preferred status, do know the priority tab on your luggage tag apparently means nothing to the baggage handlers. Your on vacation, don't sweat it. If you have an unlocked cell phone, you can get a SIM card at a booth in the outer lobby for $20. This will give you something like 50 minutes of calling to the US, unlimited incoming calls and unlimited local calls on the island. There is a duty free shop in the baggage claim area with good prices so you can make good use of your time waiting for luggage. Good prices but only 1liter per person. Aruba is awesome!

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Rome Leonardo da Vinci - Fiumicino Airport
04 August 2014 name

The airport is very big.Our bags arrived at the convenyor before the estimated time.In the departure,the line for bag drop was long.Security and the passport control were fast.A lot of expensive shopping.The airport is unclean.

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Pittsburgh International Airport
03 August 2014 jr

Overall, PIT is a good airport. Given that it was built for much higher traffic, everything is far under capacity. However, the Delta flight from Paris continues to be very inconvenient and the process of arrival is designed in a very stupid manner; after our first time on this flight, we decided not to do it again but we broke down because there was a rare deal on this route. One would think that PIT's only flight to Europe would be outstanding. It is excellent to CDG. Upon return, one goes through customs and immigration as expected but then stupidity gets inserted into the process. The idiotic design flaw is that one must recheck bags and go through security in order to LEAVE THE AIRPORT. This is standard procedure for connecting flights but not if your final destination is PIT. I have traveled numerous airports on three continents regularly and never seen anything as stupid as this process. Third world countries do better. Imagine you purchased some duty free booze in CDG Paris. You cannot bring them through security and they need to be placed into your baggage. Our first time on this flight, we were not told to put the liquor into our bags. Several people forfeited very expensive wine because they already checked their bags. They do a better job of warning passengers now. Additionally, Delta seems to have some problems with baggage. We rechecked three bags after clearing customs for pickup at the baggage claim so we could leave the airport. One bag arrived fairly promptly, about 20 minutes after checking it. The other two bags showed up more than 45 minutes after the first. All were deposited on the conveyer belt at the same time. They only had to move the bags from the gate to the "landside terminal". Delta told me that they have three flights arriving very close together and there are only so many baggage handlers. These three flights all came in on schedule. They knew the planes and passengers would arrive - no mystery regarding the required tasks. The international arrival area was designed when security was far more lax than it is now however there are solutions. Why not run buses? European & Asian airports are always loading passengers into buses. Why not move the international gate to the "land side terminal"? It is simply not worth the trouble to get a direct flight. We intend on driving to another airport to do international flights or simply connecting. PIT management and facilities are not competent to handle international flights.

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