25 Most Sleep Friendly Airports

Whether your flight is delayed, or you have an overnight layover, you may find yourself having to sleep at the airport. Such a situation is hardly ideal, but there are ways to stay comfortable and actually get a few hours of much-needed rest when this happens.

Helsinki Kainuu 3Not all airports are created equal as far as sleeping in them is concerned. Some provide sleeping facilities or lounges where weary travelers can catch some shuteye. Others, at least, have an abundance of quiet corners or seats without armrests that make it possible for you to lie across them.

Top 25 Most Sleep Friendly Airports:

  1. Singapore Changi International Airport, Singapore (SIN)
  2. Seoul Incheon International Airport, South Korea (ICN)
  3. Tallinn International Airport, Estonia (TLL)
  4. Vancouver International Airport, Canada (YVR)
  5. Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Malaysia (KUL)
  6. Munich International Airport, Germany (MUC)
  7. Tokyo Haneda International Airport, Japan (HND)
  8. Hong Kong International Airport, Hong Kong (HKG)
  9. Rio de Janeiro–Galeão International Airport, Brazil (GIG)
  10. Helsinki Vantaa Airport, Finland (HEL)
  11. Amsterdam Schiphol International Airport, Netherlands (AMS)
  12. Tokyo Narita International Airport, Japan (NRT)
  13. Bangkok Suvarnabhumi International Airport, Thailand (BKK)
  14. Dubai International Airport, United Arab Emirates (DXB)
  15. Zurich Kloten International Airport, Switzerland (ZRH)
  16. New Delhi Indira Gandhi International Airport, India (DEL)
  17. Doha Hamad International Airport, Qatar (DOH)
  18. Porto Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport, Portugal (OPO)
  19. Minneapolis – St. Paul International Airport, USA (MSP)
  20. Taipei Taoyuan International Airport, Taiwan (TPE)
  21. Ho Chi Minh City Tan Son Nhat International Airport, Vietnam (SGN)
  22. Portland International Airport, USA (PDX)
  23. Vienna International Airport, Austria (VIE)
  24. Mumbai Chatrapati Shivaji International Airport, India (BOM)
  25. Montevideo Carrasco International Airport, Uruguay (MVD)

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