World’s 10 Largest Airports to Fly

Wilbur and Orville Wright invented, and then built the first successful airplane at the beginning of the twentieth century. The earliest aircraft used to take off and land in grassy grounds that were intended as landing sites, but even after these locations were improved and turned into dirt-only fields, airports weren’t even in mind. After concrete surfaces were made on the landing sites, aircraft were able to function in any conditions whether it’s dry or rainy, at night time or at daytime. These days flying has become a big business. Airplanes, airlines and airports are necessary for travelling; it is not only the pleasure of flying. So, here is the list of World’s 10 largest airports to fly.

#10 Hong Kong International Airport – Chek Lap Kok

Hong Kong International Airport is the main airport of Hong Kong. It is situated on the island of Chek Lap Kok. This airport is the world’s busiest cargo gateway and one of the world’s busiest passenger airports started commercial operation from 1998. 100 airlines operate flights from this airport to approx. 180 cities throughout the world.