India just got lucky to have four Indian airports Delhi, Hyderabad, Mumbai, and Bangalore, in the list of the world’s 100 best airports survey, done by UK-based airport survey consultancy Skytrax.
The listing of the World’s prime one hundred Airports 2021 has Delhi on range forty five (up to 5 spots from range fifty compared to 2020), Hyderabad at sixty four (up to seven from 71 from the year 2020), Mumbai at 65 (down 13 from 52nd position in 2020) and Bangalore at 71 (down three spots from 68th position in 2020).
Evidently, the Adani’s who just a few days ago took over Mumbai’s air terminal will have to gear up now so that Mumbai’s positioning up’s in the following year’s survey.
The main five in Skytrax’s World’s Top 100 Airports 2021 listing are:
• Doha Hamad
• Tokyo Haneda
• Singapore Changi
• Seoul Incheon
• Tokyo Narita
A statement released by the GMR Group that runs Delhi and Hyderabad air airports said: “Delhi air airport has further developed its general positioning, moving from number 50 out of 2020 to number 45 in the 2021 World’s Top 50 airport competition. This accomplishment makes the Hyderabad Airport the first one to achieve these heights among all the other Indian airports.
Delhi air terminal CEO Videh Kumar Jaipuriar said: “The genuine applause and victory behind winning this noteworthy accomplishment goes to all the air terminal staff, shareholders & partners working at Delhi Airport, who have shown uniform flexibility, focus, and client dedication. We feel honoured to receive this prestigious honour. DIAL keeps on filling in as a benchmark for airports all throughout the world. Our supple and efficient reaction to the pandemic and disaster readiness has helped us get acknowledged by Skytrax. Taking on the ‘new-normal, DIAL stays focused on boosting its endeavours in giving the best airport experience to all of its travellers.”
The customers select the Skytrax World Airport Awards based on votes in the biggest global yearly airport customer satisfaction studies. They are viewed as the quality benchmark for the global airport industry, analyzing client care and offices across more than 550 airports. The overview and grants are autonomous of any airport control or sources & inputs.
“The honor depends on the World Airport Survey polls finished by more than 100 nation’s airport clients during the 6 months analyses. The review assessed the consumer expertise across airfield services area unit the key performance indicators, from arrivals, transfers, shopping, security, and immigration and departures.
This program is a worldwide Quality-Evaluation-System for the Airport business. It utilizes an immediate and expert investigation of the Airport’s Product and Service Quality Standards. It started in 1999 when Skytrax started its first worldwide, Airport consumer satisfaction studies. The study assesses travellers’ encounters across airport service and product key performance indicators – from check-in, arrivals, transfers, shopping, security and immigration to departure at the gate,” GMR Group said.