Infographic: Busiest Airport in ASEAN

In the early 20th century, transportation using airplane alternatively has become the fastest and the most popular form of international travels. Airports have grown over years to become hubs for millions passengers all over the world. Airport is like an entrance to the country that come from the various destinations. As the first transit place, the image of airport will be the first thing to be noticed. It clearly will give an impact to attract the interest of the passengers when they arrived to the airport. Honestly, it is not odd if every year the airports always rebuild or repair their facilities to be good and comfort for the passengers.

Every country has an international airport as hub to other countries airports in the world. In every year, the statistic data recorded about the number of passengers, flight movements, and the amount of destinations. ASEAN (Southeast Asia) countries has grown their industrial to face the fastest mobility in the era of industry 4.0 by evolving their airport. Here are 5 Busiest airport in ASEAN which ranked by the number of passengers per year, which include arrival, departure and transit passengers in the year 2017.

The first place of 5 busiest airports in ASEAN is Soekarno-Hatta International Airport (CGK) in Indonesia with the total passengers is 63.015.620 passengers throughout 2017. The second place is Singapore Changi Airport (SIN) in Singapore with the total passengers is 62.220.000 passengers. However, as the runner up, the number of destination in Singapore Changi Airport is most widely than other airports in ASEAN. Singapore Changi Airport’s destination is reached out 408 destinations and Soekarno-Hatta International Airport maximally 185 destinations. Singapore Changi Airport is also being the biggest flights movement in ASEAN that ran into 447.390 flight in year 2017. The next busiest airport after Singapore Changi Airport is Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) in Thailand with the total passenger hits at the point 60.860.704 passengers. Then the next place is followed by Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL) in Malaysia and the fifth place is Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL) in Philippines. Here is the detail infographic of busiest airport in ASEAN.

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