The Longest Airport Names in the World (Quiz)
- 15 Nov, 2015
- Alice Fowler
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Airports have some pretty ridiculous names, including naming them after a city they are over an hour away from (London Southend Airport amongst many!), and some that do encourage a chuckle (Moron Airport?), but did you know about these airports with the longest names? We’ve got the top 5 longest airport names according to World Airport Codes for your enjoyment, and just to add to your excitement there’s a fun quiz to take at the end!
1. Emergency Children’s Surgery and Traumatology Research Institute Helipad
So it’s a helipad but we’ll let this one off for its long name given the importance of it! This one is located in Moscow, Russia.
2. Edmonton / University of Alberta (Stollery Children’s Hospital Mahi)
This time it’s a Canadian Heliport with children’s hospital connections!
3. Rivière-aux-Saumons Aerodrome (Private Operator: Safari Anticosti)
I think this one cheats by adding the brackets! A small airport on a Canadian Island.
4. Campbell River (Campbell River &; District General Hospital)
Canada again – they love their long names! This time it’s Vancouver!
5. Sheikh Sultan Bin Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan palace Complex
Only an airport in Dubai could have a name this fancy!
So now you’re all clued up on the longest airport trivia, take our quiz to test your knowledge about airports across the world! You’d think we’d get 10/10 here at Airport Parking Shop but a couple stumped us!