1. Haneda International Airport, Japan (Price 6800$)
Haneda Airport is also known by the name Tokyo International Airport and is the hub for Japan Airlines, Skymark Airlines, Solaseed Air and Air Do. It is the busiest and the most expensive Airport in the world. It has a record 75 million passengers in 2015. The ticket costs around 6800$ and the service provided from this airport is extraordinary.
2. Narita International Airport, Japan (Price 5600$)
This Airport is situated east of central Tokyo, Japan and is the predominant international airport of Japan. It is an international hub for Delta Air Lines, All Nippon Airways, and Japan Airlines, Jet star Japan, Nippon Cargo Airlines, Peach and United Airlines.
3. Kansai International Airport, Japan (Price 5400$)
This international airport is on an artificial island of Osaka Bay of Japan. It is a hub for Japan Airlines, FedEx Express, and All Nippon Airways, Jet star Japan, Nippon Cargo Airlines and Peach. The purpose of opening this airport in Japan was to ease the traffic in Osaka International Airport. But now it is an International gateway for the major cities of Kyoto, Kobe and Osaka. The total number of passengers passing through this airport every year is 14 million and is the 18th busiest airfield in the world.
4.Toronto Pearson International Airport, Canada (Price 5200$)
This Airport is the largest and has high overcrowding tendency. However,it is the main hub for West Jet, FedEx Express and Air Canada. Pearson Airport was named after the Nobel Peace prize laureate Lester B. Pearson . The official name of this Airport was Lester B. Pearson International Airport but now shortened to Toronto Pearson Airport. Pearson also acts as the operating base for passenger airlines such as Sun wing Airlines and Air Transat.
5. Darwin International Airport, Australia (Price 4600$):
This Airport is the tenth busiest airport in Australia and is the lone airport serving Darwin. Darwin’s uses joint runway Base of Royal Australian Air Force. A record 1.74 million passengers passed through this airport in 2011. Darwin International Airport has three terminals: one as domestic terminal, the second as International terminal and the third is for the cargoes. This Airport suffered heavy blows from the Japanese bombs in the Second World War. The Allies used this platform to deploy air power into the Pacific. The destinations of this airport’s flights cover Northern and Southern territory of Australia and Southeast Asia.