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World's 10 most scenic airport landings for 2020

September 15, 2020. Summarized by summa-bot.

Nadi International Airport in Fiji has the 10th most scenic airport landing in the world. Which nine airports does PrivateFly rank even higher in its annual poll for beautiful arrivals?

The world's most scenic airport airport approaches, as ranked annually by booking platform PrivateFly, are this year looking more glorious than ever.

The winner, for the third year in a row, is Ireland's Donegal Airport.

Skiathos Alexandros Papadiamantis Airport, at number three, is also making its debut.

Florida's Orlando Melbourne International Airport was the only top 10 entry for the United States, holding onto its ranking as the fourth most scenic airport view in the world.

Scotland's Barra Airport approach, which offers stunning coastal views, slipped down three spots to fifth place, while Bora Bora's Motu Mute Airport is ranked sixth best in the world.

St Maarten's Princess Juliana International Airport, where planes swoop low over Maho Beach, is at number eight, and the Seychelles' Praslin Island Airport at number nine.

The top 10 was rounded out by two new entries: Dubai International Airport and Fiji's Nadi International Airport.

For the first time, the poll also revealed the highest-ranked airport by region.

The Asian winner, Malé (Velana) International Airport the Maldives, was the only one not to also break the top 10.

10 most scenic airport landings, according to PrivateFly

1. Donegal Airport, Ireland

3. Skiathos (Alexandros Papadiamantis) Airport, Greece

4. Orlando (Melbourne) International Airport, Florida

5. Barra Airport, Scotland

7. St Maarten (Princess Juliana) International Airport, St Maarten

8. Praslin Island Airport, Seychelles

9. Dubai International Airport, United Arab Emirates

Nadi International Airport, Fiji

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