AIRHELP, an internet site which helps people get payment for their cancelled or delayed plane tickets, has released a list of 72 air carriers and 132 airports, ranking all of them from best to worst. And Tenerife North came ninth

The company relied on 40, 500 passenger surveys in over forty countries conducted in 2018, in addition to data from commercial vendors in order to rank the airports and the air carriers.

The report positioned airports on three parameters: period performance, which weighed 60% from the final score, while the other 2 factors, service quality, and foods & shopping options, accounted for twenty percent of each final score.

Hamad International Airport of Qatar clinched the first position in the list of the best air-ports of 2019. It was followed by Japan’ s Tokyo International Airport and Greece’ s Athens International Airport on the 2nd and the third place respectively.

The best 2019 airports

  1. Hamad International Airport (Qatar)
    2 . Tokyo Airport terminal (Japan)
    3. Athens International Airport (Greece)
    four. Afonso Pena International Airport (Brazil)
    5. Gdansk Lech Wał ę sa Airport (Poland)
    6. Sheremetyevo International Airport (Russia)
    7. Changi Airport terminal Singapore (Singapore)
    eight. Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (India)
    9. Tenerife North Airport terminal (Spain)
    10. Viracopos/Campinas International Airport (Brazil)

The worst 2019 airports

  1. Gatwick Airport terminal (UK)
  2. Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (Canada)
    8. Porto Airport (Portugal)
    7. Paris Orly Airport (France)
    six. Manchester Airport (UK)
  3. Malta International Airport (Malta)
    4. Henri Coanda International Airport (Romania)
    3. Eindhoven Airport terminal (Netherlands)
    2 . Kuwait International Airport (Kuwait)
    one Lisbon Portela Airport (Portugal)