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The best and worst airports in the world named

Muscat International Airport in Oman has been named the best in the world according to a study by AirHelp Inc.

The National reports that experts assessed more than 4,000 airports based on on-time performance, passenger feedback, punctuality, and other criteria.

The top 5 best airports are as follows:

  1. Muscat International Airport in Oman;
  2. Recife/Guararapes – Gilberto Freyre International in Brazil;
  3. Cape Town International in South Africa;
  4. Brasilia – Presidente Juscelino Kubitschek International in Brazil;
  5. Hamad International Airport in Doha.

Rounding out the top ten are two more Brazilian hubs and three in Japan, including Tokyo’s Narita.

The top 5 worst airports look like this:

  1. Banjarmasin Syamsudin Noor International Airport in Indonesia;
  2. International Airport in Malta;
  3. Gatwick in London;
  4. Humberto Delgado in Lisbon;
  5. Nikola Tesla in Belgrade.

The remaining five spots are Denpasar in Bali, Pearson Airport in Toronto, Sofia in Bulgaria, Marseille Provence in France, and another airport in Indonesia.

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