Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport voted as leading the list of Top 10 Worst Airports in the World 2010

By on Apr 13, 2011 in Lifestyle, Travel, World Comments

Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) led the list of Top 10 Worst Airports in the World 2010, according to the votes from readers of a traveling information website.



Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport
Image Credit: Airports-Worldwide.com

As noted at the Sleeping In Airports website, Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport was voted by its readers as the worst airport in the world for the year 2010, and also had the same ranking in 2009.

Apparently, major concerns of the airport’s users included the homeless people settling within the area, and a website voter named Kira claimed that she has been harassed by a drunken homeless man.

Another issue that the website’s readers claim is the poor facilities including the unsanitary restrooms, limited seats and few places to eat inside the airport.

Nevertheless, the website said that the number of votes is lower as compared with the votes in 2099, but the website suggests that the airport now is now improving or possibly fewer people are using this airport.

Below is the list of the Top 10 world’s worst airports in 2010 and their rankings in 2009, as voted by readers of SleepingInAirports.net.

1. Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (1)

2. Paris Beauvais Airport (not in Top 10)

3. Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport (2)

4. Los Angeles Airport (4)

5. Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA), Manila (7)

6. New Delhi Airport (3)

7. Chicago O’Hare Airport (not in Top 10)

8. Mumbai (Bombay) International Airport (not in Top 10)

9. London Luton Airport ((not in Top 10)

10. New York City JFK Airport (5)

Meanwhile, here is the list of Top 10 Best Airports in the World 2010.



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