On you can choose from all major airports in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark and the surrounding countries. Take a look at all the popular airports here.

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Amsterdam Schiphol Airport

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Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, the largest airport in Holland and one of the best in Europe, offers not only flights all over the world but also an unprecedented number of ways to spend your waiting time pleasantly.

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Eindhoven Airport

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Eindhoven Airport is the largest regional airport in the Netherlands. From here you can take off with various low-cost airlines to the most important cities and vacation destinations in Europe and Turkey.

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Rotterdam The Hague Airport

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Rotterdam Airport is the second-largest regional airport in the Netherlands. From here you take off to various European cities, summer and winter destinations as an alternative to Amsterdam-Schiphol.

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Groningen Eelde Airport

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The small airport of Groningen is of interest for those who live in the northern area of the Netherlands. From Groningen Airport Eelde you can fly to some of the popular Mediterranean destinations.

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Maastricht Aachen Airport

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The small airport Maastricht is especially interesting for guests from NRW and Rheinland-Pfalz. From here you can reach destinations in the Mediterranean and cities like Berlin, Dublin, London or Milan.

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Weeze Airport

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The airport Weeze-Niederrhein is located near the Dutch border. From here you can take off with Ryanair to many popular destinations in Europe.

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Düsseldorf International Airport

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The easily accessible Düsseldorf International Airport is the third-largest airport in Germany. From here you can reach many destinations worldwide.

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Cologne-Bonn Airport

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Cologne-Bonn Airport is a medium-sized airport that is easily accessible. From here you take off to many worldwide destinations.

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Munster-Osnabruck Airport

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The airport Münster-Osnabrück is not so big and therefore very well arranged. It is located between the two cities, on the border of North Rhine-Westphalia and Lower Saxony. From here you can reach many destinations in the local area.

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Brussels Zaventem Airport

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The airport Brussels-Zaventem is the largest airport in Belgium. From here you take off to more than 200 destinations worldwide.

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Liège Airport

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The small airport Liège (Liège Airport) is located in the French part of Belgium. From here you fly to 19 destinations in Spain, Greece, Israel, Tunisia, Turkey and Morocco.

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Oostende-Brugge Airport

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Oostende-Bruges Airport is ideal for family vacations to sunny destinations around the Mediterranean and the Canary Islands, among others, due to its small size.

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Dortmund Airport

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German Dortmund Airport is a well-arranged airport in North Rhine-Westphalia, and it can be advantageous to fly to destinations in Eastern Europe, England, Spain, Portugal, or Italy.

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City Airport Bremen

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City Airport Bremen is the airport closest to a city in Germany, and makes flights to various destinations in 20 European countries.

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Munich Airport

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Munich 5-Star Airport is a major hub and one of the busiest in Europe, and has been the continent's best eight times.

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Frankfurt Airport

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Frankfurt Airport is one of the largest airports in Europe and this “half city” is an important hub from which to fly to 247 destinations worldwide, and also has good rail and road connections.

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Zurich Airport

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As far as travelers are concerned, Zurich Airport is the largest airport in Switzerland, with 25.5 million passengers per year.

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Berlin-Tegel Airport

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Berlin Tegel Airport is scheduled to close when the new Berlin airport comes online, but until then, you can get by, including Terminal A with its eye-catching hexagonal ring that makes walking distances very short.

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Brussels South Charleroi Airport

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Brussels South Charleroi Airport is the second airport in Belgium and serves over 100 destinations in Europe and the Mediterranean.

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Lille (Rijsel) Airport

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Lille Airport is located in the north of France and from there you can fly to several French cities, the coast of Portugal, the Canary Islands and dozens of destinations around the Mediterranean Sea.

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Luxemburg (Findel) Airport

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Luxembourg Airport (Findel) is the only international airport in the country, not far from the capital, where you can not only fly to many European destinations, but also have a unique shopping experience.

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Saarbrucken Airport

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The small international airport of Saarbruecken (Saarbruecken Airport) is located in the south of Saarland, 20 km from the city, and offers about 50 destinations, many of which are in Europe, but some to the USA also Abu Dhabi, Israel, Egypt and Turkey.

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Frankfurt-Hahn Airport

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Frankfurt-Hahn Airport is a small, easily accessible international airport and is known as the first and most consistently managed low-cost airport in Germany.

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Stuttgart Airport

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Stuttgart Airport is the sixth-busiest airport in Germany and especially popular with travelers to and from various European cities and resorts and those visiting the adjacent major trade show in Stuttgart.

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Hamburg Airport

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Hamburg Airport, the international airport of Germany's second-largest city, has direct connections to some 120 domestic and international destinations including three intercontinental ones, namely Dubai, Newark and Tehran.

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Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport

Istanbul Sabiha Gökcen Airport, the home airport of Pegasus Airlines, dates back to 2009, but has already acquired a strong position and won awards.

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Gran Canaria Airport

Direct flights from Germany, Austria and Switzerland can take you to Gran Canaria Airport, where a major reconstruction has recently been completed.

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Antalya Airport

Antalya Airport is a modern, large airport located in the main tourist area of Turkey, where flights arrive from Germany from Frankfurt, Leipzig-Halle, Munich, Hamburg and Düsseldorf, among others.

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Tenerife South Airport

Tenerife South Airport is the largest airport in the Canary Islands and is served by several airports, with the advantage of having less to contend with fog than Tenerife North.

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Palma de Mallorca Airport

Palma de Mallorca Airport is located on the island of Mallorca and is one of the busiest airports in Europe during the summer.

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Madrid-Barajas Airport

Barajas is the largest international Spanish airport, has a huge, calming terminal and is accessible from Frankfurt, Berlin and Munich, among other cities.

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Kos Airport

Kos-Hippocrates Airport is a small airport, without a separate taxiway, located in the middle of the Greek island of Kos and operates almost exclusively with seasonal flights.

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Ibiza Airport

Almost all travelers for Ibiza and Formentera come through the relatively small Ibiza airport, where numerous flights are made, mainly in the summer months.

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Hurghada Airport

When looking at the number of passengers, Hurghada airport is the second largest in Egypt, which is being further expanded to reach 13 million passengers per year.

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Faro Algarve Airport

Faro/Algarve International Airport has the busiest period from March to October, a maximum capacity of 6 million with plans to expand to 8 million passengers per year.

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Istanbul Atatürk Airport

The largest airport in Turkey and the most important of the city is Istanbul Ataturk Airport, which has an extremely modern and efficient terminal for international traffic.

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Heraklion Airport

Iraklion or Heraklion Airport is the most important of the island of Crete and since it is completely overcrowded from time to time, a new airport is planned to replace the old one.

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Dubai Airport

Dubai International Airport is among the largest in the world and is not only Dubai's main airport, but also a significant hub for the entire Middle East.

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Barcelona-El Prat Airport

Barcelona-El Prat Airport is one of the busiest in the world and has two terminals, 5 km apart.

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Abu Dhabi Airport

Abu Dhabi International Airport is growing faster than almost all others in terms of passenger numbers, new airlines and infrastructure projects.

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Lanzarote Airport

The airport of the Canary Island of Lanzarote, called Lanzarote Airport or Arrecife Airport, has a passenger capacity of about 6 million people per year.

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Vienna Airport

Vienna International Airport (Wien-Schwechat Airport) is located near the Austrian capital and is a major transfer airport for flights to Central and Eastern Europe and the Middle East.

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Dalaman Airport

Dalaman Airport, decorated with various awards, is convenient for tourists booked near Dalaman and Marmaris on the South Aegean coast.

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Tunis-Carthage Airport

Tunis-Carthage Airport is the international airport of Tunis, which in addition to a charter terminal also has a terminal with a capacity of more than half a million visitors.

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Malaga Airport

Malaga Airport with its huge third terminal serves not only the cities of Malaga, Torremolinos and the Costa del Sol, but also the rest of Andalusia.

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Madeira Airport

Madeira Cristiano Ronaldo Airport (named after the Portuguese soccer player) is also called Funchal International Airport and has a runway from 2000 that has been awarded.

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Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport

Paris-Charles de Gaulle International Airport is one of the most important and busiest in the world, offering fast connections to the center of the capital and Disneyland Resort Paris, among others.

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Lisbon Portela Airport

Lisbon Portela Airport is not only huge, but also has a high quality as an international airport.

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Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport

Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport is used by travelers to Kusadasi, Izmir, Selçuk, Ephesus and Pamukkale, among others, and many of the flights are seasonal.

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Bodrum Milas Airport

Turkish Bodrum Milas Airport has an unprecedented number of passengers in the summer due to the many charter flights.

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Chania Airport

With less than 13,000 passengers per year, Chania Airport in Greece is still number five and the number of tourists for a vacation in western Crete is increasing.

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Rom Fiumicino Airport

Rome Fiumicino/Leonardo da Vinci Airport is one of the busiest airports in Europe, with plans for impressive expansion and good rail connections to the capital of Italy.

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Punta Cana Airport

The main airport of the Dominican Republic is the fast-growing Punta Cana International Airport with its distinctive outdoor terminals.

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Cairo Airport

The largest airport in Egypt is Cairo International Airport, located about 15 km from the city of the same name.

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Fuerteventura Airport

The Spanish island airport of Fuerteventura also called El Motorral, is a good starting point for the whole island, but also for Lanzarote and Gran Canaria.

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Rhodos Airport

Rhodes airport or Diagoras is depending on the season, accessible from several Dutch and German airports and has a terminal where you can find many things.

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Tenerife North Airport

The former Los Rodeos Airport is now called AirportTenerife North and is one of two international airports on the island with connections to all the other Canary Islands, among others.

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Porto Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport

Airport Internacional Dr. Francisco Sá Carneiro (near Porto) is the third-busiest airport in Portugal.

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Enfidha-Hammamet Airport

Enfidha-Hammamet Airport has the highest tower in North Africa and is the central arrival point for tourists visiting the northeast coast of Tunisia.

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Larnaca Airport

The main international airport of Cyprus is Larnaca Airport, which is also a hub between Europe and the Middle East.

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Zakynthos Airport

Zakynthos International Airport is convenient for tourists visiting the capital Lagana, Kalamaki or Tsilvi.

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Sharm el Sheikh Airport

Sharm el Sheikh Airport is the third-largest airport in Egypt and acts as a transit hub, among other things.

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Pula Airport

Not only travelers to Croatia, but due to the good technical equipment and favorable climate, tourists traveling to certain parts of Slovenia, Italy or Austria choose this airport.

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La Palma Airport

After years of expansion, the new part of La Palma Airport is mostly active, handling vacation flights and air traffic to and from Tenerife.

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Hamad Qatar Airport

Hamad International Airport is the new international airport of Doha, Qatar, replacing the old one and eventually expanding to an annual capacity of 93 million passengers.

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Malé Airport

Malé International Airport, or Ibrahim Nasir International Airport is the main international airport in the Maldives and also offers domestic seaplane flights.

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Cancún Airport

Cancun International Airport, with nearly 17.5 million passengers for international air travel per year, is the busiest airport in Mexico, with TUIfly and Martinair aircraft arriving at Terminal 2.

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Marsa Alam Airport

Specially for European tourists who want to go to easily accessible destinations on the Red Sea, Egypt's Marsa Alam International Airport opened in 2003.

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Curacao Airport

Curaçao International Airport, also known as Hato Airport, is the island's international airport and has the third-longest runway in the Caribbean.

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Ngurah Rai Bali Airport

The international airport of the Indonesian island of Bali is Ngurah Rai International Airport or also known as Denpasar Airport, is known for its excellent service.

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Boa Vista Rabil Airport

Cape Verde's newest international airport is located on Boa Vista and was first called Rabil Airport, and later renamed Aristides Pereira International Airport.

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Sal Amilcar Cabral Airport

The main international airport in Cape Verde is Amilcar Cabral International Airport on Sal Island, and has the longest runway in the country.

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Samos Airport

Samos Airport is located on the Greek island of the same name and requires special attention from pilots due to its short runway, enclosed between the sea and mountains.

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Menorca Airport

Menorca airport is located on the Spanish island of Menorca and its 16 gates are used intensively, especially during the summer months.

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Athens Airport

Athens Airport, is the main airport of Athens, has major expansion plans and is increasingly seen as a gateway to the Middle East and Asia.

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Burgas Airport

Burgas Airport, is the second-largest airport in the country and is particularly suitable for travelers to Bulgaria's southern coast.

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Jomo Kenyatta Airport

Jomo Kenyatta International Airport near the Kenyan capital Nairobi, despite its one runway, is a very busy airport for African terms and therefore has expansion plans.

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Zanzibar Airport

Zanzibar Airport on the island of Zanzibar in Tanzania is open day and night for travelers to and from East Africa, Europe and the Middle East, and is working on expansion.

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Mohammed V Airport

The busiest airport in Morocco, Mohammed V International Airport, is expanding tremendously and is located about 20 km south of Casablanca.

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Corfu Airport

The small Corfu International Airport attracts vacationers mainly from European cities, with breathtaking views upon arrival from the northeast.

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Gazipaşa Alanya Airport

If the final destination is Alanya, then you can wonderfully use Gazipaşa Alanya Airport since 2011.

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Varna Airport

Varna International Airport has a relatively new runway and terminal building, and is in heavy use mainly from late May to early October.

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Bandaranaike Airport

The heavily busy Bandaranaike International Airport is located about 20 km from the capital of Sri Lanka, and serves about 8.5 million passengers annually, and is preparing for larger numbers.

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Agadir Al Massira Airport

Al Massira Airport near the city of Agadir provides charter and seasonal flights to and from Casablanca and many European cities, including Amsterdam, for up to 3 million passengers per year.

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Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Airport

Worldwide, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is the airport with the largest number of travelers, who can not only eat, drink and shop there, but also attend art exhibits and concerts.

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Malta Airport

Malta International Airport, about 5 km south of the capital Valletta, is the only airport in the Malta archipelago that welcomes about 4 million people annually from three different continents.

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Sjeremetjevo Airport

Sherenetyevo International Airport is the number one airport in Russia in terms of international air traffic, with more than 12 million passengers, and among the best in Europe in terms of service.

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Ercan Airport

Due to political issues, Ercan Airport is not considered an international airport and therefore all arriving planes must first make a short stopover in Turkey.

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Suvarnabhumi Airport

Thailand's Suvarnabhumi Airport, dating back to 2006, is one of Bangkok's two international airports, the main hub for various Thai airlines with 45 million passengers a year and has the world's tallest control tower.

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Sangster Airport

(Sir Donald) Sangster International Airport is located in the main tourist area of the island, and this privatized Jamaican airport is the busiest on the island, offering flights to Düsseldorf and Frankfurt, among other destinations.

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Phuket Airport

Phuket International Airport is of great importance for tourism in Thailand and has significantly increased its annual capacity in 2016.

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Catania-Fontanarossa Airport

Catania Fontanarossa Airport or Catania International Airport is Sicily's busiest airport, with connections to major European cities and tourist centers.

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Las Américas Airport

Las Américas International Airport is the second-busiest airport in the Dominican Republic offering short, medium and transatlantic flights.

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Mauritius SSR Airport

Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport (SSR) is the main airport in Mauritius, which has direct connections to destinations in Europe, Asia and Africa.

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Juan Gualberto Gómez Airport

Cuban Juan Gualberto Gómez Airport (formerly Varadeiro Airport), is where tourists from Europe, Canada and South America, among others, can buy the famous national rum and cigars.

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Moi Mombasa Airport

Kenya Moi International Airport or Mombasa Airport is accessible via Italy and Germany, among others.

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Menara Airport

Menara International Airport is owned by the state and is internationally known as Marrakech-Menara Airport, from where flights are available mainly to Europe and other Moroccan cities.

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Alicante-Elche Airport

For flights to Alicante and Murcia in Spain, the ever-growing Alicante-Elche Airport is the main airport, from where it is also possible to travel to other Spanish destinations.

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Gregorio Luperón Airport

La Union Airport, also known as Airport Gregorio Luperon, is the main airport in the north of the Dominican Republic and serves mainly charter flights.

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Luxor Airport

Tourists from the Netherlands, Germany and England, who primarily want to visit the Nile and the Valley of the Kings in Egypt, use Luxor International Airport as their destination airport.

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Gatwick Airport

Gatwick Airport (London Gatwick) offers full service, low-budget and charter flights, considering only one runway, this is a very busy airport with good facilities and fast connections to the capital.

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Queen Beatrix Airport

Queen Beatrix International Airport is Aruba's national airport, with connections to the Caribbean islands, the U.S. and Canada, among others.

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Philadelphia Airport

American Philadelphia International Airport has flight connections to 132 destinations in its own country, Canada, South America, Europe and the Middle East and is expanding rapidly, for which ambitious expansion plans must provide the solution.

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Mexico City International Airport

From Mexico's busy Benito Juaréz International Airport, 52 domestic and 50 international destinations are accessible. Thus, the airport is near its capacity limit.

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Zagreb Airport

Croatia's Franjo Tuđman Airport, also known as Zagreb Airport, has a brand-new terminal and transports more than 3 million passengers a year, especially in Europe.

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Montréal–Trudeau International Airport

Canada's Montreal Elliott Trudeau Airport is a major airport for Star Alliance and Sky Team, offering nonstop flights to and from almost every continent.

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Banjul International Airport

The Gambia's only airport is small but offers the opportunity to eat a lot for little money, is called Banjul International Airport and charges the departing traveler 20 euros for airport development.

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Lufthavn København-Kastrup

Copenhagen-Kastrup Airport is one of the oldest and best in Europe and is also the largest in Scandinavia with 30 million passengers, 60 scheduled airlines and a capacity of 83 departures per hour.

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Tocumen Airport

Tocumen International Airport, home to Copa Airlines, is the busiest airport in Panama and the only airport in the country with more than one runway.

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Léopold Sédar Senghor Airport

In 2015, nearly 2 million travelers used Léopold Sédar Senghor International Airport, which has a dubious reputation and is located near Dakar, the capital of Senegal.

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Luchthaven Sofia

Especially in winter, fog can disrupt departures and arrivals from Bulgaria's Sofia Airport, but overall, nearly 6.5 million travelers use this airport each year.

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Monastir Habib Bourguiba Airport

Monastir Habib Bourguiba International Airport is an airport in Tunisia that is mainly used for transporting tourists to Monastir and Sousse. Nouvelair and Tunisair, among others, use this airport.

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Djerba-Zarzis Airport

Djerba-Zarzis is the international airport of the island of Djerba in Tunisia. Tunisair, Nouvelair and several international airlines operate flights to this airport.

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Adana Şakirpaşa Airport

Adana Şakirpaşa Airport is located 3.5 km from the Turkish town of Adana. This airport serves various destinations in Turkey and Germany, among others.

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Thessaloniki Airport

Thessaloniki Airport is currently the third largest airport in Greece. To meet the increasing popularity, a second terminal was opened in 2021.

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Bahrain International Airport

Bahrain International Airport is the hub for Gulf Air, Bahrain's national airline. To facilitate the anticipated growth, a brand new terminal opened in 2021.

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