New Delhi, Mar. 17: Airports in Jaipur and Lucknow which are overseen by the Airports Authority of India, have won the first and second place of the 2015 Airport Service Quality (ASQ) Awards in the classification of 2 to 5 million travelers for every annum.
The ASQ recompenses, sorted out by the Montreal-based Airports Council International, are the consequence of more than 55,000 inside and out traveler fulfillments overviews completed a year ago at more than 300 airplane terminals crosswise over 80 nations.
“It’s a pride minute that we have gotten Airports Council International’s best airplane terminal grant in Asia Pacific and the locale. We are top on the planet. We have dealt with all offices identified with travelers and laborers. We have kept up high caliber at entry and flight territories,” said B. K. Tailang, Airport chief, Jaipur.
“The present position of having been proclaimed as world’s number two air terminal in the classification of 2-5 million travelers has been conceivable in view of collaboration of everyone. We have attempted to include more offices, essentially shopping offices, beautification and great climate. The traveler assistance exercises like offering them in the checking some assistance with processing and afterward facilitating the exceptional status, everything has been dealt with,” said Suresh Chandra Hota, Airport executive, Lucknow.
Further, Jaipur Airport has likewise been appraised as the best air terminal by “Locales and Size” in the Asia Pacific district in the classification of 2-5 million travelers for every annum.
The Goa and Trivandrum airplane terminals are at fourth and fifth positions in the same classification.
In the classification of Airports upto 2 million travelers for every annum, Airports Authority of India’s Srinagar Airport has been evaluated as the second best airplane terminal in the World.
“This is truly an awesome accomplishment. We have been working hard to enhance the client offices. Distinction offices accessible at the terminal and the city sight and the offices given to the diverse carriers who are working from various terminals. Our kin have worked hard and they have conveyed this tree to the Airport power to India,” said R.K. Srivastava, Chairman, Airports Authority of India.
Air terminals Authority of India possesses and keeps up 125 air terminals containing 95 operational air terminals in the nation.
Endeavors are high to enhance framework and offices at all air terminals with the following extension stage covering air terminals at Agartala, Guwahati, Chennai, Pune, Leh, Trichy, Ahmedabad and Patna.
“At present, just 11 air terminals are judged on 34 parameters and it is cheering to let you know and all our 11 airplane terminals have been positioned higher than the world normal of 4:3 in the size of 5, so along these lines the upgrades are coming. We expect when the quantity of air terminals increments in this parameter so all different airplane terminals will qualify and turn into the best,” Srivastava included.
The Airports Authority of India needs its airplane terminals to be economically suitable by pulling in air explorers to shop, unwind and utilize the best accessible offices.
“Our administrations will progress. Prior, we used to arrange retail and business arranging after the development of a building. Presently, we are arranging it ahead of time so have business space in the building that the traveler gets pulled in with retail and sustenance and drinks things. It will build the spending per traveler at the airplane terminal. It will likewise expand our income and airplane terminal will get to be self managed,” said S. Raheja, Member (Planning), AAI.
The air terminal framework, stacked with world-class offices, is creating in the nation as the interest is ascending with more individuals going through residential and universal airplane terminals.