Which airports are the most ridiculous distance from the cities they are supposed to serve? Here are 12 of the worst offenders, brought to us by Telegraph.co.uk
Where you want to go… Robin Hood Country (which most people would consider to be Nottingham)
Where you land… Robin Hood Airport in Doncaster, which is, in fact, in an entirely different county to the one widely accepted as the outlaw’s former territory (Nottinghamshire) and 63.4km from Nottingham city centre. Estimated drive time (according to Google) – 1 hour 12 mins
Where you want to go… Tokyo, the quirky high-rise capital of Japan.
Where you land… Tokyo Narita Airport – 66.3km east of the city centre. Estimated drive time – 52 mins
Where you want to go… Dusseldorf – one of Germany’s economic powerhouses.
Where you land… At Dusseldorf Weeze Airport, some 82.8km away. Estimated drive time – 1 hour 6 mins
Where you want to go… Stockholm – one of the world’s most picturesque capital cities, with terracotta buildings standing grandly by the waterside
Where you land… Stockholm Skavsta Airport, some 108km to the southwest of the Swedish capital. Estimated drive time – 1 hour 20 mins
Where you want to go… Munich – the celebrated venue for Oktoberfest, Bavarian culture, fascinating history and high fashion.
Where you land… ‘Munich West Airport’, in the town of Memmingen (which only just remains in Bavaria) and 113km from the city centre. Estimated drive time – 1 hour 17 mins
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