Travelling abroad on business can be stressful, especially if your airport experience isn’t enjoyable – add flight delays and you’re wasting precious working hours. The airports featured below were ranked within the top ten by the prestigious World Airport Awards, free of commercial influence or bias.
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Changi Airport Singapore
Changi Airport makes it easy for professionals to maximise their time in transit, with unlimited free Wi-Fi, copying and scanning facilities. Changi prides itself on accommodating corporate travellers and was recently named ‘Airport of the Year’.
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
Corporate travellers at Schiphol Airport can take advantage of free Wi-Fi and onsite conferencing facilities, including four boardrooms. Schiphol also has an Airport Business Point – a waiting lounge designed for business meetings with Internet facilities and catering.
Hong Kong International Airport
With dozens of restaurants, numerous business lounges and unlimited Wi-Fi, Hong Kong Airport aims to reduce wasted time between flight connections. The World Trade Centre lounge near Terminal 2 is a world-class conference catering exclusively for executives.
Vancouver International Airport
The Plaza Premium Lounge is one of three lobbies available to passengers, regardless of airline or ticket class. Take a nap, refuel at the buffet or freshen up with a shower. The Plaza Premium Lounge has Internet access and televisions to keep you updated on the stock market and business news.
Incheon International Airport
Incheon Airport boasts exceptional business facilities including the sleek Hyundai Card Air Lounge, with unlimited Internet access, laundry service and minimalist interior. Designed by American design company Gensler, the lounge has been designed as a department store, allowing travellers to shop without leaving the lounge. For those looking to unwind, Incheon has a sauna, golf course, casino and theatre.
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