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The world’s most stressful airports to travel through this Easter

Passenger traffic has increased significantly in Europe on the eve of Easter. Find out more about the world's most stressful airports that may cause the most difficulties when traveling during the holidays in 2024

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This Sunday, March 31, most European countries will celebrate Easter. In this regard, over the coming days and next week, the demand for travel by both land and air is expected to increase worldwide.  


In particular, SchengenVisaInfo, based on data on the world's busiest airports in 2023, has published a list of five European airports where the largest number of travelers is expected to arrive this weekend.


We will tell you which airports in the world will be the most stressful this year in the article.


Which European airports will be the busiest on Easter?


London Gatwick Airport took the first place and became the most stressful airport for passengers worldwide. Dionne Plana, Global Travel Trends Analyst at VisaGuide, explained that the small size of Gatwick Airport compared to the large number of passengers leads to crowding and often causes flight delays, making it the most stressful airport in the world.


"Although three other airports on the list have higher traveler densities, Gatwick is ranked first because of its very high delay rates and the fact that it is the airport farthest from the city center," the analyst emphasized.

At the same time, the largest airport in the UK, London Heathrow Airport, took fourth place in the ranking.




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The ranking of the top 5 most stressful airports in Europe on Easter is as follows:


1. London Gatwick Airport, UK.

2. Istanbul Airport, Turkey.

3. Munich Airport, Germany.

4. Heathrow Airport, United Kingdom.

5. Fiumicino International Airport, Italy.


Tips for safe travel during the holidays


If you are planning a trip during the holidays, you should think about your itinerary in advance and travel a few days earlier rather than during peak travel times. After all, during the holidays, airports are overcrowded and large crowds can spoil your experience and cause flight delays.

As you know, Ukrainians living in the EU countries began to return home on the eve of the long weekend in Europe. In this regard, there is an increase in passenger traffic at the border. Read our article to find out where the congestion is highest and how to avoid long queues.

Safety while while traveling


Remember that to ensure a safe stay abroad, you should take care of reliable health insurance in advance, which will not only help you maintain your health but also protect you from unforeseen expenses. You can apply for an insurance policy covering emergency medical care in case of illness and accidents, as well as inpatient and outpatient care around the world on the Visit Ukraine website.

Want to know more? Read the latest news and useful materials about Ukraine and the world in the News section.




Our recommendation for a safe and comfortable trip: 


Visit Ukraine Insurance - insurance for a safe stay abroad without unnecessary expenses;

Green Card - compulsory car insurance for traveling abroad;

Visit Ukraine Tickets - book tickets for buses, trains, and airplanes to/from Ukraine and between cities around the world;

Private Lawyer service - professional legal support on visa and migration issues;

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