Singapore's famed Changi Airport has kept its title of 'World's Best Airport' for the fourth year in a row, the 2016 World Airport Awards revealed on Thursday.
Air transport research firm Skytrax, which conducts the annual World Airport Awards, picks its winner based on the number of votes sent in by travelers in what Skytrax calls the largest, global airport satisfaction survey.
"Changi Airport continues to innovate in both product and service options for its customers, and focus on making the customer experience at the airport as enjoyable and relaxing as possible," said Edward Plaisted, CEO of Skytrax.
Asian airports dominated Skytrax's list this year, taking six out of the top ten spots.
Coming in second was Incheon Airport in Seoul, followed by Munich Airport, Tokyo's Haneda Airport, Hong Kong International Airport, Nagoya's Chubu Centrair International Airport, Zurich Airport, London's Heathrow airport, Osaka's Kansai International Airport and Doha's Hamad International Airport.
Changi's many attractions makes it a tourist destination in itself, and is a source of pride for Singaporeans.