Edinburgh Airport Best For Families

Written By Erwin News on 10 February 2012 | 2/10/2012

Erwin News - Traveling out of town or abroad with the family by using the plane is sometimes quite difficult. Moreover, not all airports have a good infrastructure for its passengers. As reported by Dailymailrecently conducted a study Skyscanner to know the terminal where the flight is best for the family in England. 

In this study asked parents to assess Skyscanner 10 airports which is best for the family. The assessment includes facilities children's play area, food choices, and security systems at airports. And the outcome of those assessments Edinburgh Airport has been named the friendliest airport in the mother and child in Britain. 

This assessment is based on the Edinburgh Airport has a restaurant for up to 70 percent of the airport. Besides the food offered at the airport is also very diverse. Not only that, Edinburgh airport also has a beautiful view of the foundation as well as easy access to the various terminals.

In this study the position of second best airport in the UK family is occupied by the Glasgow International Airport, this airport has a variety of play areas for children. Meanwhile, the third and fourth position obtained and Manchestrer Liverpool Airport, Gatwick Airport and was followed in fifth. 

While the most bloated in position occupied by Heathrow Airport. Airport located in the City of London is considered not very friendly to the family due to lack of children's play area, a solid by the passengers, and only a few seats for waiting. 

Heathrow Airport every year to accommodate 69 million passengers and the airport is the busiest airport in London. Skyscanner itself is a site that provides travel search online comparison on flight costs for millions of airline flights in the thousands, as well as car rental, hotel and offers.

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