Best and worst airports in Africa: The best and worst African airports are differentiated by their readiness to offer an efficient, customer friendly and clean experience with respect to the latter, considered to be repeated poor-timing offenders, with sickly security procedures and incompetent staff, operating in mini dromes. These are strong sentiments from travelers, as reflected on the 2016 edition of the annual survey of the best and worst airports conducted by Sleeping In Airports. The acclaimed travel website asked travelers to rate their airport experiences.
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The survey is based on a handful of experiences like comfort (rest zones, gate seating), services, facilities, things to do, food options, immigration/security, customer service and cleanliness.
The best and worst African airports of 2016 are Cape Town International Airport (CPT) in Cape Town, and Juba International Airport (JUB) in Juba, South Sudan respectively. Kigali International Airport in Kigali, Rwanda moved up to second position. The East African airport scored high for clean environment and customer support.
Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam (Port Louis) International Airport, Mauritius, Johannesburg O.R. Tambo International Airport, South Africa and Algiers Houari Boumediene International Airport, Algeria completed the top five on the list of the best Airports in Africa.