North Korean leader Kim Jong Un arrived at Singapore's Changi Airport on Sunday, ahead of his historic meeting with President Donald Trump in Singapore, who later landed at the country's Paya Lebar Airbase.
It will be the first time a sitting American President and a North Korean leader will meet in person. Trump made an early departure from the G-7 Summit in Canada, his firstas president, in order to facilitate the summit.
According to Skytrax, a U.K.-based airline and airport consultancy that ranks and reviews airports annually, and the industry authority for setting standards, Changi is the No. 1 airport in the world for the past six consecutive years.