In the previous year survey, Trivandrum International Airport bagged the 3rd place in India and 60th place in Global Ranking.
Trivandrum International Airport has been chosen the best-maintained international airport in the country for the third quarter commencing July this year.
According to Airports Service Quality Survey, Trivandrum International Airport has managed to secure a score of 4.89 on a 5-point scale. Ahmedabad, Kolkata, and Lucknow came second with a rating of 4.76 and Goa International Airport came third with 4.72. A total of 11 International airports managed by the Airports Authority of India were assessed for Airport Quality Survey.
Trivandrum International Airport has managed to secure a score of 4.89 on a 5-point scale.
Provision of Wi-Fi, opening of additional gates in departure, more lounges with dining facilities, May I Help You counter and commencement of air-conditioned buses from the airport to the city are the main factors that helped Trivandrum to achieve the top spot.
ACI conducts the Survey among 226 International airports on quarterly basis. It considers 33 parameters to assess the satisfaction level of passengers, both international and domestic, on a 5-point scale.
In the Airport Quality Survey conducted by the global body Airport Council International (ACI), Incheon Airport in Seoul has emerged first in the Asia-Pacific region for the last quarter with 4.99 points. The global average of Airports Service Quality (ASQ) ratings is 4.12.
In the previous year survey, Trivandrum International Airport bagged the 3rd place in India and 60th place in Global Ranking. Last year, Kolkata ranked the 1st place followed by Chennai.