Delhi Airport (IGIA) Declared Best Airport In India & Central Asia

Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) has been declared the Best Airport in India and Central Asia. With this, the airport has been adjudged as the best airport for the third consecutive year. The airport was declared so by Skytrax World Airport Awards. Considered to be the most significant award for the airport industry, Delhi has been adjudged after votes by customers in the survey.

Skytrax is known to assess customer service and facilities over 550 airports across the world. The IGIA airport was established in Delhi back in 1986, and today is a major airport for international connectivity in India.

The Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL) CEO Videh Kumar Jaipuriar said, “Our agile and effective response to the pandemic and crisis preparedness has led us to be recognised by Skytrax.”

He further said that by adopting the new-normal, DIAL is looking to boost its efforts in providing the best airport experience to all its passengers.

The Delhi airport has also received the COVID 19 Airport Excellence Award. Its ranking has also improved, moving up to 45 in the World’s TOP 50 Airport in the year 2021. The IGI airport was at rank 50 last year.

An interesting development at this award was that Singapore’s Changi International Airport is not on the top ranks that it held for the last nine years. The best international airport award was given to Hamad International Airport, Doha.

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