For the busy business travelers, a new report has ranked Tokyo’s Narita Airport and Bangkok’s Survarnbhumi Airport as the top airports for getting work done while traveling.

The report was done by UK-based SME communication company PowWowNow, where it studied the connectivity, availability of lounges, on-time flight percentage, and customer sentiment at 50 of the world’s busiest airports.

Of the top 10 listing, Asian airports took 7 spots on the top 10 listing. Tokyo-Narita Airport took the top spot in the study, with 30 lounges with free wi-fi throughout the terminal. Narita was followed by Bangkok-Survarbhumi (#2), Singapore (#4), Taipei (#5), Haneda (#7), Hong Kong (#9), and Seoul-Incheon (#10).

On the other end of the spectrum, airports in Europe, the US, and India saw the lowest ratings. Atlanta’s Hartsfeld-Jackson Airport – the world’s busiest airport – had the lowest rating (5.1), followed by London’s Gatwick Airport.

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