And the Title of Worst Business Class Airport Goes to... NAIA 


Ninoy Aquino International Airport has been named the “worst of the world’s busiest airports when it comes to business class travelers.” With a score of 0.88 out of 10, NAIA tanked the airport rankings of worldwide luggage storage app Bounce.

According to Bounce, “Manila’s airport was the worst scoring for three different categories: its number of destinations, on-time performance, and rating from Skytrax.” Bounce reviewed 38 international airports worldwide and found NAIA to be lacking in all categories. NAIA, which has 14 business lounges serves 101 destinations, but only 59.6 percent depart on time. It also received a Skytrax rating of three out of five. 

In comparison, the title of the world’s best business class airport went to Heathrow Airport in London, which has 43 lounges, 239 destinations, and a 75.4 percent punctuality rating. Heathrow was followed by Haneda Airport in Japan, Changi Airport in Singapore, Frankfurt Airport in Germany, and Charles de Gaulle Airport in France.

Not only did NAIA rank as the worst business class airport overall, but it also ranked as the latest airport with the lowest number of on-time flights. Meanwhile, Haneda had the most on-time flights with an 86.4 percent punctuality rating. 

Of course, NAIA isn’t alone in its status as the world’s worst airport. The other nine worst airports in the world are Gatwick Airport in Crawley, U.K., Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey, U.S.A., Orlando International Airport in Florida, U.S.A., Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi, India, Harry Reid International Airport in Nevada, U.S.A., Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Selangor, Malaysia, Charlotte Douglas International Airport in North Carolina, U.S.A., Josep Tarradellas Barcelona–El Prat Airport in Barcelona, Spain, and Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport in Arizona, U.S.A.


If we’re the worst, at least we aren’t alone. 

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