Helsinki-Vantaa Airport is one of the five best airports in the world according to AirHelp, which protects the interests of air passengers around the whole world. To compile a ranking of the world's leading air harbors, AirHelp asked passengers to evaluate 76 international airports on various criteria: quality of service, terminal comfort, ease of check-in and another.
According to the voting results, the airport of the Finnish capital became the fifth in the world ranking, skipping ahead only the airports of Copenhagen, Hong Kong and Munich. Having scored 8.03 points in the total ranking, Helsinki airport lost only 0.01 points to the Danish "colleague".
Singapore Changi Airport (9.07 points) retained the leadership in the world.
Outsiders in the AirHelp rating were the air harbors of New York, Manchester and London, which took the last four positions. Kuwait airport was recognized as the worst in the world, which stays in the last 76th place.