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Tuesday, 19 March 2024 18:57

World's Top Airports of 2023 Highlighted by ASQ Awards

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The International Airports Council recently announced the winners of the 2023 ASQ Awards, celebrating airports worldwide for excellence in various categories. This year's list showcases airports that have gone above and beyond to provide passengers with exceptional travel experiences, from mega hubs to smaller regional airports.

European Airports Shine in Global Rankings

The "most enjoyable airports in the world" category saw significant representation from Europe, with six airports across the continent being honored. Among them, Aeroporto di Roma-Fiumicino in Italy and Barcelona-El Prat Airport in Spain were highlighted for their superior passenger services and innovative facilities, reflecting Europe's leadership in enhancing air travel quality.

Cleanliness and Innovation Take Center Stage

The "cleanest airport" category recognized 24 airports globally for maintaining the highest standards of cleanliness and implementing innovative solutions to ensure health and safety. European airports such as Aeroporto di Roma-Fiumicino and Tallinn Airport in Estonia were commended for their efforts, showcasing the industry's commitment to providing a safe and welcoming environment for travelers.

Airports Paving the Way Forward

Awards were also given to airports excelling in handling specific ranges of passenger traffic. Notable mentions include Keflavik International Airport in Iceland and Linate Airport in Italy for the 5 to 15 million visitors category, emphasizing the importance of scalability and maintaining high service quality amidst increasing passenger numbers.

In summary, the 2023 ASQ Awards illuminate those airports leading the charge in the global aviation sector, from outstanding customer service to breakthroughs in environmental and operational excellence. Their dedication to improving the passenger experience sets a benchmark for others in the industry, ensuring that air travel continues to evolve and meet the needs of modern travelers.

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