SPAIN officially has two of the best-ranked airports in the world, whilst the UK has four of the worst-ranked.
The new rankings were released by AirHelp and have put Barcelona’s El Prat and Madrid’s Adolfo Suarez-Bajaras airports in the top 10, whilst London’s Gatwick and Stansted alongside Manchester and Edinburgh wallow in the bottom 10.
Barcelona El Prat was ranked seventh best airport in the world, followed by Madrid Adolfo Suarez-Bajaras in eighth place.
London Gatwick was ranked second worst airport in the world, Manchester third, London Stansted fifth and Edinburgh sixth.
The best airport in the world is Singapore’s Changi, followed by Munich and Hong Kong.
Kuwait’s airport was at the bottom of the list.
The ranking also looked at airlines and out of 87 carriers, British Airways placed seventh worldwide, followed by Virgin Atlantic.
Both Ryanair and Monarch featured in the bottom five airlines as they were measured on quality of service, on-time performance and how well the airlines process claims of compensation.
Singapore Airlines took out the title of the best carrier followed by Bulgaria Air. Eitihad and Qatar also topped the charts.