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The 7 Most Festive Airports in the World at Christmas – BA



The 7 Most Festive Airports in the World at Christmas – Big 7 Travel

Holiday trips are often quite a challenge. Longer lines at security, crowded restrooms, and little to no electrical outlet space to charge your phone and scroll through memes before you’re bombarded by life at home. But some airports go further than that Christmas decorations to make things festive, fun and bright.

Coincidentally, some of the The busiest airports in the United States are also some of the most festive airports at Christmas. And you will notice that airports in Europe and Asia also give their terminals an extra festive touch at Christmas.

Don’t be a Scrooge and see how these airports decorate their terminals for the holidays. These are the seven most festive airports in the world at Christmas.

1. Singapore Changi Airport

It’s hard to find an airport that has more holiday cheer than Singapore Changi Airport. Makeshift forests, winter wonderlands and Christmas decorations make the airport one of the most festive places in the world. Last year there was even a drone snowflake show before Hello Kitty and her Sanrio friends arrived to greet holiday travelers. It is worth booking a long stopover here during the Christmas holidays, because you definitely want to discover something.

Image: Changi Airport Group

2. Munich International Airport

As a home base for some of the best christmas markets in the world, it is no surprise that Munich Airport is also one of the most festive airports in the world. The airport is full at Christmas Christmas market. Explore the winter wonderland where you can adventure through a Christmas pine forest and nine ice skating rinks before visiting the market stalls.

Airports with the best Christmas decorations
Image: Munich Airport

3. Chicago O’Hare International Airport

Not only is Chicago O’Hare International Airport one of the busiest airports in the United States at Christmas, but also one of the most festive. Thousands of lights, beautiful trees and live performances make this a cheerful place to be at Christmas. Once you have arrived you can drive into the city by car CTA Holiday Train, which has been transformed into the Polar Express. Santa Claus leads the way on this light-filled, bow-covered journey of festive fun.

The busiest airports in the United States during Christmas
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4. Helsinki Airport

Helsinki is quite close to the North Pole, so it makes sense that Helsinki Airport is Santa’s official gateway to the world. Jam to classic Christmas carols while sipping hot chocolate and make your way to your terminal. However, make sure you plan enough time to meet Santa himself. This year, Santa Claus will greet travelers between December 1 and 24 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. And his elves will be there to help spread the Christmas cheer.

Best airports for Christmas travel
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5. Denver International Airport

If you can’t make it to Munich to enjoy the airport Christmas market, you’ll be happy to know that there is also one at Denver International Airport. During the holiday season, the airport opens a free ice skating rink and Christmas market just outside security checkpoints. Stop for a moment and enjoy the holiday atmosphere that radiates from the terminals here. In recent years they have even shown Christmas movies and held ugly sweater contests.

Image: Denver International Airport

6. San Francisco International Airport

What makes San Francisco International Airport so special is the drive in or out. So if you’re just passing through for a quick layover, you may not be able to enjoy the full festive spirit of the Bay Area’s Christmas spirit. Beautifully lit trees line the road leading to the airport. And once inside, you’ll find that many of the Bay Area’s top artists often perform live.

Image: San Francisco International Airport

7. Vancouver International Airport

Vancouver International Airport really gets into the spirit of giving. Their Annual holiday basket promotion makes it easy for travelers to donate goods to families in need. Additionally, those who participate in the event will have the chance to enjoy fun festive activities such as a visit from Santa Claus and Christmas cookie decorating.

Image: Vancouver International Airport