I must have my geography all mixed up then - India is still in Asia, isn't it?
Seriously though, four out of the top five airports in the world (as decided by those who use the airports) are in Asia.
Seoul, Hong Kong, Singapore and Nagoya in Japan are the first four, and Halifax in Nova Scotia make up the top five.
The differentiator? Apparently the people who run these airports look upon them as businesses - rather than as public services. Which, the article that I linked to goes on to say, is why no American airport is in the top five.
A timely indictment of all public services in India, as far as I'm concerned.
What say you?