Saudi airports continue to advance on the list of the top...

Saudi airports continue to advance on the list of the top...
Saudi airports continue to advance on the list of the top...

International airports in Saudi Arabia for the second year in a row, despite the conditions of the Corona pandemic, continued their progress in the list of the top 100 airports in the world.

This came in the announcement of the results of the evaluation of the Skytrax international organization concerned An evaluation of airlines and airports, in which more than 500 airports around the world participated.

According to the evaluation results for this year 2021, King Abdulaziz International Airport came at the forefront of Saudi international airports, ranked 50th globally, King Khalid International Airport advanced 36 ranks to become 58th, and Prince Muhammad bin Abdulaziz Airport to 68th place, advancing 16 places. King Fahd International Airport ranked 87th after it was ranked 91st globally.

At the level of the Middle East region, King Abdulaziz International Airport ranked third, King Khalid International Airport ranked fifth, and King Fahd International Airport ranked ninth, while Prince Muhammad bin Abdulaziz International Airport – which is the first airport in the Kingdom to be privatized For the second year in a row, it won the first place award as the best regional airport and the sixth in the Middle East.

These results come as a testament to the commitment of employees at the Kingdom’s international airports to provide the best passenger experience and to confirm the level of leadership and excellence and to move forward in the continuous development process to achieve the objectives of the strategy of the civil aviation sector emanating from the national strategy for transport and logistics and achieving advanced global centers, in addition to enhancing the efforts of the authority The General Directorate of Civil Aviation aims to raise the level of quality of services provided to passengers and develop the travel experience in the Kingdom’s airports.

It is worth noting that the General Authority of Civil Aviation continues to implement the comprehensive program to assess the quality of airport services provided to travelers in all the Kingdom’s airports, which comprehensively covers all aspects of the assessment of services provided to travelers transiting through the Kingdom’s airports.

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