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Brisbane among best airports in the world

written by australianaviation.com.au | March 30, 2010

Brisbane Airport has been voted by passengers as the 18th best airport in the world at the 2010 Skytrax World Airport Awards.

“We are very proud of this achievement, and to be the only Australian airport listed in the top 25 is very pleasing. These are important awards, voted by the best judges of all – the travelling public,” said spokesman Jim Carden.

Singapore’s Changi Airport took out the title of the world’s best airport, rising from third place in 2009. It was followed by Incheon, Hong Kong, Munich and Kuala Lumpur to round out the top five. Auckland International Airport came in ninth globally, while Skytrax has yet to release the regional airport quality rankings.

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