NAIA Among The Most Improved Airports In The World
Skytrax, a London-based research firm conducted a survey on airports which recently hailed the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) as the 10th most improved airports in the world.
The award is “based on the relative year-on-year Quality performance by all airports featured in the World Airport Survey, and takes into account the change in rating together with performance changes across the different product and service categories in the awards, according to Skytrax.
Among the airports that made it to the top 10 list of Skytrax are Fiumicino Airport in Rome which topped the list, followed by Perth Airport in Australia and Calgary International Airport in Alberta, Canada. Meanwhile, the same survey once again ranked Singapore’s Changi as the “World’s Best Airport” for the sixth consecutive year.
Changi was followed by Incheon airport in Seoul, Haneda airport in Tokyo, the Hong Kong airport, and the Hamad airport in Doha.
The result was based on a survey conducted on some 13.73 million travelers of over 100 different nationalities, done from August 2017 to February 2018.
The poll covered 550 airports worldwide and evaluated travel in terms of check-in, arrivals, transfers, shopping, security and immigration, and departure at the gate, according to the Skytrax website.