Manila airport ranked worst business class airport in new study

A ranking of business class services provided by airlines and airports is out, based on a study by Bounce luggage storage.

The top three airports based on business class experience were the UK’s Heathrow Airport, Japan’s Haneda Airport and Singapore’s Changi Airport.

Heathrow, the top airport with an overall score of 7.10 out of 10, had the most business class lounges, with 43.

Haneda and Changi airports scored well on the on-time performance of flights, with 86.4% and 82% of flights being on time respectively.

Out of 38 ranked airports, the worst business class airport was the Philippines’ Ninoy Aquino International Airport, which scored 0.88 out of 10.

The Manila airport was the worst scoring for three categories: its number of destinations, on-time performance, and Skytrax rating.

It was followed by London Gatwick and Newark’s Liberty Airport.

Elsewhere in Southeast Asia, Malaysia’s Kuala Lumpur International Airport was ranked at 32nd place.

Airports were ranked based on lounge facilities, connections, percentage of on-time flights, and Skytrax ratings.

Read more about the ranking of airlines and airports based on business class experience here.

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