Best Airport By Size

Below is the list of the ASQ Awards Winners for Best Airport by Size: 25 - 40 Million Passengers.
 

Seoul Incheon

First place for Best Airport by Size: 25-40 Million Passengers went to Seoul Incheon in South Korea.

First place for Best Airport by Size: 25-40 Million Passengers went to Incheon International Airport in Seoul, South Korea.

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New Delhi

Second place for Best Airport by Size: 25-40 Million Passengers went to New Delhi Airport in India.

Second place for Best Airport by Size: 25-40 Million Passengers went to Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi, India.

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Taipei Taoyuan

Third place for Best Airport by Size: 25-40 Million Passengers went to Taipei Taoyuan Airport in Tawain.

Taoyuan International Airport is proud to take 3rd place for Best Airport by Size: 25 to 40 million passengers in the Airport Service Quality Awards.

Taoyuan International Airport, established in 1979, is the main international airport in Taiwan and one of the major hubs in East Asia. With its core values: Safety, Integrity, Passion, Innovation and Professional, as well as its slogan “Connecting the World with Heart”, Taoyuan International Airport aims to bring the world to Taiwan and become the key of world links. Working with 67 world- class airlines, it serves passengers from 33 different countries and 161 different airports. In 2013, its total passenger volume has hit a record high of 30 million passengers.

In order to enhance as well as upgrade its service level, Taoyuan International Airport has completed the renovation of Terminal 1 to introduce new and fine facilities and services in 2013, especially the thematic waiting lounges concept to create a passenger-friendly environment. In the future, focus will be increasingly devoted to the development of Terminal 3 area. Taoyuan International Airport will continue to work with a passenger serving spirit, and provide passengers with best facilities and satisfying services.

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Shanghai Hongqiao

Fourth place for Best Airport by Size: 25-40 Million Passengers went to Shanghai Hongqiao Airport in China.

Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport, one of the gateway airports of China, now has two terminals. It has the best location, of which is right beside the G318 Road, only 13km away from downtown and 40km away from Pudong International Airport. This super convenient geographic position makes a lot of advantage for the rapid development of Hongqiao International Airport. Moreover, in recent years, Hongqiao International Airport has been dedicated to set up and improve its service management system. Taken ‘Safety, convenient, comfortable, harmony’ as service concept, taken customer oriented as core value, ‘Refined management, refined service ‘as goal, efforts have been devoted to in many aspects of service, of which is including updating in ground transportation, investment of infrastructure, optimization of retail mix, training of service standards, in order to improve the high quality of service level and to achieve the goal of being the most people oriented airport in China in the near future.

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Mumbai

Fifth place for Best Airport by Size: 25-40 Million Passengers went to Mumbai Airport in India.

The year 2006 witnessed a momentous change for airports in India with the privatization of Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (CSIA). In its bid to further modernize the airport, the Airports Authority of India handed over the operations of CSIA to a consortium of GVK and its partners in May 2006. The airport has often been referred to as the most difficult airport to develop, due to land constraints. Its area per passenger is one of the smallest in the world yet it manages about 19% of the country’s air passenger traffic. In 2012-13, the airport handled 30.21 million passengers and as per an unconstrained forecast projection for Mumbai region, this number is expected to reach about eighty million passengers per annum by 2026.

In 2011, GVK led Mumbai International Airport Pvt Ltd started work on a highly ambitious project meant to increase the airport’s annual passenger handling capacity to 40 million through the construction of a new integrated Terminal 2. The new integrated Terminal 2 at CSIA has been designed from the outset with GVK’s vision of making CSIA one of the best airports in the world that consistently delights the passengers as a guiding principle. T2 has been built as an iconic airport infrastructure that integrates world class design, architecture, infrastructure and operational efficiency with a rich infusion of Indian values and cultural character. The new Terminal 2 has also received the Gold certificate from Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED).

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