Islamabad airport in Pakistan has been voted the worst in the world.
A new poll conducted by World Aviation Research Body, named Islamabad Benazir Bhutto International Airport the very worst based on comfort, facilities, cleanliness and customer service.
The poll shows that travelers comparing it to a “central prison” because of aggressive security checks, crowds and dirt.
Travelers have also complained about the airport’s inability to handle passengers on time.
Benazir Bhutto international airport is also criticized for the crowed, the pervasive corruption, the aggressive-yet-inconsistent security checks, and the overall lack of technology.
Jeddah King Abdul-Aziz International Airport, in Saudi Arabia, Kathmandu Tribhuvan International Airport, in Nepal, and Tashkent International Airport, in Uzbekistan are at the top list of world worst airport in the world.
Even Afghanistan was witness of 40 years of war but the Kabul International Airport (KIA) is not seen in the front line of this list.
KIA was renewed by Japan aid around two years back and now a day international logistics and airport service providers companies are operating inside .
Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport came in at fifth place after three consecutive years on the top spot, mainly because of overcrowding and air conditioning problems in Terminal 1.
The Afghanistan has 4 international airports now and the Kabul one is used for most of international destinations.
Free Wifi and parking facilities are the most important elements which the travelers liked it in this survey.