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Suvarnabhumi Ranks No 6 On World's Best Airport List

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Suvarnabhumi ranks no 6 on world's best airport list

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BANGKOK, 3 April 2013 (NNT)-Suvarnabhumi reportedly ranked 6th on the Airports Council International (ACI) world's best airport list last year. It is said that the title could not have been without the efforts from all sectors involved on a day to day operation at Suvarnabhumi.

Suvarnabhumi Airport Director Wilaiwan Nadwilai said Suvarnabhumi is among airports around the world with the capacity to accommodate more than 40 million passengers being ranked annually in terms of service quality standards by the ACI.

Last year, 199 airports contended for top rankings. Each year the ACI surveys around 400,000 airport users whether they are satisfied with the services provided.

They are asked to rate the following aspects of the airport: the accessibility, luggage search, passport checking, sign directions, airport staff services, hygiene and atmosphere; just to name a few.

According to her, the first five best airports are Changi Airport of Singapore, China's Beijing International Airport, Hong Kong International Airport, Shanghai Pudong International Airport and Guangzhou Airport.

The Suvarnabhumi Airport Director has also expressed her gratitude to every employee and staff at the airport who has contributed to the global recognition. She also said that Suvarnabhumi is also aiming to be among the world's top 5 airports by 2014.

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good for Suvarnabhumi.

and good to see how the Chinese dominate the top 5 of the world's best airport list.

haters gonna hate.

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Suvarnabhumi ranked world’s 6th best airport by size in 2012
By English News

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BANGKOK, April 3 – Suvarnabhumi Airport was awarded the world’s sixth Best Airport by size by the Airports Council International (ACI) in competition with other 17 airports with more than 40 million passengers, according to Suvarnabhumi Airport Director Vilaiwan Nadvilai.

Thailand’s Suvarnabhumi Airport ranking was 7th in 2011.

Under the ACI’s Airport Service Quality awards, 199 airports joined the rankings and more than 400,000 passengers were questioned about their satisfaction in the airport service four times in a year.

The first three Best Airport awards by size went to Singapore’s Changi Airport, Beijing Airport and Hong Kong Airport.

Suvarnabhumi Airport has set target to be in the top five next year.

The higher ranking for Suvarnabhumi Airport is the success of cooperation of all agencies at the airport to improve the airport service, she said. (MCOT online news)

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Are we sure the list is not for 'Asia's best airports'? Either way, congrats to China's airports.

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Another fake meaningless ranking..Swampy number 6 in the world.laugh.pngbiggrin.png

that's called self congratulation or auto satisfaction , nothing else

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good for Suvarnabhumi.

and good to see how the Chinese dominate the top 5 of the world's best airport list.

haters gonna hate.

Regarding the Chinese dominance at the top of the list

Until all the counterfeit components start failing.

I'll reserve my judgement for now :)

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