Phuket Airport is the second Thai airport in terms of passenger and cargo volume annually. The airport is 32 km from downtown Phuket at an altitude of 82 feet above the level of the sea. Airport annually receives more than 2.9 million passengers, 20,000 flights and 12,000 tons. In 1998, the number of passengers was 3,142,712, the number of flights and 19,945 freight tonnage of 15,896 tons. Thai Airways are using a lot of heavies like, 333, 777, 747, Bangkok Airways 319, 320, ATR72 and Nok Air 737 are the Thai Airlines operated at HKT. You have also Air Asia…
Zurich International Airport (ZRH / LSZH) is located 13 km north of Zurich. The center of Zurich (station Zurich HB) is easily accessible from the airport station, count between 9 and 13 minutes depending on whether you take a train or S-Bahn. The rest of Switzerland is well connected by train, for example, you have 3:00 to Geneva, Lausanne 2:30 to or less than an hour to Bern or Basel from Central Station. It serves as a hub to Swiss International Air Lines, and since the acquisition of Swiss by Lufthansa, is the third largest hub of the latter. In…
Our members Marlin, Jonas and Patrick visited the small but mighty airport of Altenrhein back in 2011. The St. Gallen Business Airport is located at the north-eastern tip of the Switzerland just at the very edge of the Lake Constance and next to the border of Austria. In consequence of its location, the airport is an important hub for business traveller in this trijunction around the Lake Constance and the eastern part of the Switzerland.
Our member Patrick is a regular visitor to Friedrichshafen Aiport and would like to share 7 Spots of the Friedrichshafen Airport with you. In 2013 the airport handled 536.029 Passengers. Friedrichshafen airport is a base for the Airline Intersky. Lufthansa, Germanwings and Turkish Airlines serving FDH the whole year round. During the summer Air Berlin, Germania, Hamburg Airways, Sunexpress, Tailwind and Tunisair serving FDH.
Geneva International Airport (GVA/LSGG) is located 4km northwest of the city center and the second biggest airport in Switzerland in terms of traffic and size after Zürich Airport. Since 1999, it’s one of the main hubs of the low-cost airline easyJet. More than 40% of air traffic in Geneva airport is linked to the activities of the airline easyJet Switzerland. The passenger traffic is growing steadily since 2002. In 2013, 14.4 million passengers were greeted at the airport of Geneva (up 3.9% compared to 2012).
Our members Jan, Julian and Patrick have visited Amsterdam a couple of times and have created a guide with 18 Spots around the airport. AMS is the largest airport in the Netherlands and welcomed 52.5 Mio passengers in 2013. So if you are going to Amsterdam, don’t forget to make a stop at this interesting airport.
Our member Jeremy Denton visited Antalya Airport in August 2012 and wrote a guide about it with a total of nine spots. Antalya airport (AYT/LTAI) is operated in Turkey’s primary holiday destination located on the country’s Mediterranean coast. The airport was built to accommodate the millions of passengers who come to Turkey’s Mediterranean beaches in summer.
Our member Patrick is a regular visitor to Stuttgart Aiport and would like to share 9 Spots of the Stuttgart Airport with you, the 6th largest Airport in Germany. In 2013 the airport handled 9.6 Million Passengers.