Top Rated Airports: Where's Your Favorite Stop?
If you do any travel at all you’ve certainly been to an airport or two. And you know that not all airports are created equal. That’s why we here at Fly For Less we have decided to do some research and wanted to let you in on what we found out about the top rated airports.
San Francisco International Airport (SFO)
It takes about 25 minutes to walk around the entire terminal of this international airport. They have a “people-mover” known as the AirTrain that takes people between its four terminals, parking garage, and rental car area. Because this airport gets a large amount of international travel, especially for Asia, it’s one of the busiest in the nation. They’ve done many renovations recently and have added multiple new restaurants and Internet Kiosks, offering Internet to travellers for $8 per 30 minutes. Or, if you have your own device, Wi-Fi is available through the airport for $10 per day. San Francosco International Airport (SFO) really caters to the needs of the traveller with self-service battery recharging stations, workstations, copiers, and even small conference rooms. And if you’re looking for a little relaxation – they have a full service spa, which is open daily.
Dallas / Ft. Worth International Airport (DFW)
DFW Dallas/Ft Worth Airport is known for its ease of navigation. This is due to their passenger train system that carries travellers through each of five terminals and gates throughout the airport. There is also a tram that is accessed through an escalator that makes connecting to your flights a breeze. It only takes about 10 minutes to travel the full length of the airport, so why not stop and take an Internet break while you’re at it? It’s $10 a day or $6 an hour through one of the conveniently located kiosks.
Passengers can take advantage of business centers with semi-private workstations. Or they can take a break or nap on comfortable leather couches. The airport's transportation system also conveniently carries travellers to the Airport Hotel.
Minneapolis / St. Paul International Airport (MSP)
MSP airport has a lot of conveniences to offer its travellers. They have private office workstations that are available 24/7 at $20 per hour, and even offer laptop rental. And for those who have lengthy connections between flights, they have a transportation system that will take passengers to the Mall of America in 15 minutes.
They have several charging stations that will recharge laptops, cell phones and PDA’s – this is great for the business minded traveller. Also, the airport offers Wi-Fi for $8 per day, as well as several Internet kiosks.
Singapore Changi Airport (SIN)
Singapore Changi Airport offers free Wi-Fi, Internet cafes, prayer rooms, and some really great food. They also have “snooze chairs” and napping areas for the weary traveller. On top of that, they have a swimming pool, Jacuzzi, 24 hour massage and spa, video game arena, music lounge, live bands, gardens, lounges, and even free movies. If you’re here, there’s really not a reason to leave – unless, that is, your flight is taking off. Some people just come to this airport to relax instead of ever going to a hotel.
Hong Kong Airport (HKG)
Hong Kong's Airport offers 24-hour food and drink, a golf course, an interactive movie arena, and even the largest 4D movie theatre in all of Asia. HKG offers free Wi-Fi, Internet kiosks, showers, baggage storage, miniature gardens, exhibitions and demonstrations/workshops, a PlayStation gateway, and special areas just for the kids.
Seoul Incheon International Airport (SEL)
The Seoul ICN Airport offers free Wi-Fi, 24-hour food and comfortable seats for customers. This airport also offers a sauna and spa that is 24 hours, showers, massages, baby care, play areas for the children, a Korean culture museum, a craft gallery, gardens, and a driving range.