Travelling for business and for leisure obviously have different requirements for a traveller; luggage will generally be a lot less in volume, different items will need to be packed and even the cost of the ticket may be subsidised by your company.
New research by the team at Globehunters has delved into the finer details and analysed 45 of the world’s most popular airports used for business travel, looking at features such as on-time arrival performance, airport parking price, number of lounges and more.
Narita International Airport, Japan
Los Angeles International Airport, USA
Frankfurt Airport, Germany
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, Netherlands
George Bush Intercontinental Airport, USA
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, USA
Munich Airport, Germany
Madrid Barajas Airport, Spain
Tokyo Haneda Airport, Japan
Dubai International Airport, United Arab Emirates