8 Stunning Airports Across the World We’d Like to Stay at Forever


It’s nice when the first minutes of acquaintance with a city or country starts with incredible impressions from the airport. It’s the airport that sets the mood for further travel and is the distinctive feature of each city.

Ashgabat International Airport (Turkmenistan)

Planned as a flying falcon, the new Ashgabat airport not only became a new icon of the country but also entered the Guinness World Records for the world’s largest ornamental image on the roof of the main passenger terminal building.

Abu Dhabi International Airport (UAE)

The airport is situated between Abu Dhabi and Dubai and looks like a floating ship. It blends beautifully into such luxurious towns atmosphere.

Lyon–Saint-Exupéry International Airport (Lyon, France)

Lyon Airport is named after the world-famous French writer Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, a native of this region and a professional pilot.

Marrakesh Menara Airport (Morocco)

It is one of the world’s finest airports and is used for domestic, transcontinental, and international flights. It was built on a unique project uniting European technology and Moroccan culture traditions.

Incheon International Airport (South Korea)

One of the world’s largest airports recognized annually (since 2005) according to Airports Council International as the best airport in the world.

Shenzhen Baoan International Airport (Shenzhen, China)

Located in the coastal valley on the east coast of the Pearl River Delta region, this is China’s only international airport for both passenger and cargo traffic linked to seaports.

Washington Dulles International Airport (Washington, USA)

The name of the airport lies in John Foster Dulles, a U.S. Secretary of State under the Dwight D. Eisenhower administration. Dulles Airport is one of three, and the busiest, airports serving Washington.

John F. Kennedy International Airport (old building of TWA terminal), (New York City, USA)

The airport is an abstract flight sign. The building is considered one of the world’s most original airport edifices. It’s even more peculiar inside than outside: there are no visible sides and walls, so it all seems to float from one to the other, symbolizing continuous motion.