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15 Breathtaking International Airports Around the World Where You Feel Welcome And May Want To Remain!

As we all know, a country’s or a city’s portal of entry marks the first minutes of acquaintance and for many this place happens to be the airport. It’s this place that tends to determine the sentiments around further travel, and it also represents the characteristic features of each city.         

We have collected 15 unbelievable photos of air harbors which will not cease to blow your mind even if you happen to be a very experienced traveler. More info: brightside

1. Ashgabat International Airport (Turkmenistan)

The cutting-edge Ashgabat airport, shaped as a hovering falcon, enjoys – alongside with being a groundbreaking milestone – the honor of having been included in the Guinness Book of World Records for the world’s largest object d’art on the main passenger terminal building.

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2. Abu Dhabi International Airport (UAE)

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3. Lyon–Saint-Exupéry International Airport (France)


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4. Incheon International Airport (South Korea)


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5. Washington Dulles International Airport (USA)


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6. Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport (China)


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7. John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City, USA


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8. Beijing Capital International Airport (China)

China’s number one airport! The layout of the building bears resemblance to a dragon, and the waiting room is adorned with a winter garden (the airport design is created in traditional Chinese style). This airport is a matter of great pride to the Chinese and their country and also features as a museum of sorts displaying Chinese culture.


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9. Denver International Airport (USA)

This American airport is attractive for many reasons. Its appearance is one, the tales and legends spun around it are other reasons. During the time of construction an unusually vast portion of land was dug out – it actually amounts to the land dug out in order to create the Panama Canal! This fact has sparked the thought in the heads of many people that there must be extensive unused premises hidden underneath the airport, and several conspiracy theories have seen the light of day due to this.


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10. Kansai International Airport (Japan)


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11. Dubai International Airport (UAE)


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12. Los Angeles International Airport (USA)


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13. Samui International Airport (Thailand)


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14. San Francisco International Airport (USA)


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15. Marrakesh Menara Airport (Morocco)


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