Best Airport By Region

Below is the list of the 2013 ASQ Awards Winners for Best Airport in the Region of Asia-Pacific.

Seoul Incheon

First place for the '2013 ASQ Award for Best Airport in Asia-Pacific' went to Seoul Incheon.

First place for the '2013 ASQ Award for Best Airport in Asia-Pacific' went to Incheon International Airport in South Korea.

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Singapore

Second place for the '2013 ASQ Award for Best Airport in Asia-Pacific' went to Singapore.

Second place for the '2013 ASQ Award for Best Airport in Asia-Pacific' went to Singapore Changi Airport in Singapore.

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Beijing

Third place for the '2013 ASQ Award for Best Airport in Asia-Pacific' went to Beijing.

Known as 'China's No.1 Gateway', Beijing Capital International Airport (BCIA), which was completed in 1958, is the only large international airport in the Asia-Pacific region to operate three terminals, three runways, and two control towers. By the end of 2013, the airport had played host to 92 airlines, with 236 destinations and the passenger throughput had reached 83.71 million, ranking the second in the world.

In recent years, BCIA has always upheld the strategic concept of 'Advance the Chinese service and develop an international hub'. In collaboration with the airlines at the airport and the service companies, it has spared no efforts to give passengers from all over the world an experience of the efficiency and appeal of Chinese service and achieved a steady rise in passenger satisfaction through scientific management, efficient operation, and sincere services. In the future, BCIA will devote itself to the integration of culture, environmental protection, and high technology in order to make Chinese service synonymous with excellence and present an all-round impressive image of China's No.1 Gateway.

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Shanghai Pudong

Fourth place for the '2013 ASQ Award for Best Airport in Asia-Pacific' went to Shanghai Pudong.

Shanghai Pudong International Airport was completed and came into operation in September 1999. Currently Pudong Airport possesses two terminals and three runways and is served by 84 airlines offering flights within a network of 106 international (area) cities and 88 domestic cities. In 2012, it witnessed the handling capacity of 361700 movements, 44.8802 million passengers and 29.382 million tons of cargo and becomes one of worldwide busiest airports.

We, following the service philosophy of “Security, facilitation and humanization” from the beginning to end, carry out lean operation and continual improvement, constantly elevate service capacity and service management level, provide the brilliant airport service experience to China and foreign passengers and do our best to achieve the service goal of best airport in China and first class in the world.

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New Delhi

Fifth place for the '2013 ASQ Award for Best Airport in Asia-Pacific' went to New Delhi.

Fifth place for the '2013 ASQ Award for Best Airport in Asia-Pacific' went to Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi, India.

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