Proud achievement! Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, 6 other Indian airports bag awards for World’s best airports

Along with Delhi Airport, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (BOM) in Mumbai bagged the numero uno position in the category of ‘Over 40 million passengers’ in the Airport Service Quality Programme (ASQ) 2019 rankings.

India now has 9 best airports in the world, as per 2019 ASQ Awards! In a major recognition for the country’s aviation infrastructure, nine Indian airports have emerged as the best in 2019 ASQ Awards rankings for Asia-Pacific region. Delhi Airport, Mumbai Airport, Bengaluru Airport, Hyderabad Airport, Cochin Airport, Lucknow Airport, Mangalore Airport, Chandigarh airport, and Trivandrum airport have received the 2019 ASQ Awards in separate categories. The award is given by the Airports Council International (ACI), based on the Airport Service Quality programme conducted across the world. Under the Airport Service Quality programme, flyers’ satisfaction is measured through 34 key performance indicators.

Best Airport by Size and Region

Below are the lists of the 2019 ASQ Award winners for “Best Airport”

Between 2 and 5 million passengers

Between 5 and 15 million passengers

Between 15 and 25 million passengers

Between 25 and 40 million passengers

Over 40 million passengers

Best Environment and Ambience by Size

Below are the lists of the 2019 ASQ Award winners for “Best Environment and Ambience”

Between 2 and 5 million passengers

Between 5 and 15 million passengers

Between 15 and 25 million passengers

Between 25 and 40 million passengers

Best Customer Service by Size

Below are the lists of the 2019 ASQ Award winners for “Best Customer Service”

Between 2 and 5 million passengers

Between 5 and 15 million passengers

Between 25 and 40 million passengers

Best Infrastructure and Facilitation by Size

Below are the lists of the 2019 ASQ Award winners for “Best Infrastructure and Facilitation”

Between 2 and 5 million passengers

Between 5 and 15 million passengers

Between 25 and 40 million passengers

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