Singapore's Changi Airport has once again been named the best airport in the world in the annual Skytrax awards.
This is the fourth year in a row that the airport has claimed the top spot and it's not the only one to be reappearing on the list in 2016.
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Incheon International Airport in South Korea has held onto second place and Munich Airport in Germany has reappeared in third position for this year.
New entries in this year's top ten include Kansai International Airport in Japan and Hamad International Airport in Qatar in ninth and tenth places respectively.
Skytrax's annual awards are voted for by customers in one of the largest annual passenger satisfaction surveys.
Edward Plaisted, CEO of Skytrax, said: "Changi Airport continues to innovate in both product and service options for its customers, and focus on making the customer experience at the airport as enjoyable and relaxing as possible."
It's easy to see why Singapore Airport has remained in first place given that the airport has a cinema, music bar lounges and even a rooftop swimming pool, CNBC reports.
The renovation will include a double volume arrivals hall, self-service kiosks, bag drop counters and a 'Heritage Zone'.
Other categories included in Skytrax's awards are top 10 airlines, cleanest airlines and top 10 economy class seats among others.
Take a look at the slideshow below to see which other airports around the world made this year's top 10.