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The Delhi International Airport and Mumbai Airport haven named the world’s best airports for the category of handling over 40 million passengers.
What Is It?
In a recent survey, by quality rating company Airports Service Quality, Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport and Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport have both gained world’s number 1 position in the highest category – handling over 40 million passengers per annum.
Delhi has also managed to be in the seventh position for being one of Asia’s busiest airports with 63.5 million passengers flying through the Delhi airport in 2017. It has also ranked among the world’s top 20 busiest airports.
In 2017 ratings, both Mumbai and Delhi airports beat Beijing Airport and Shanghai Pelang Airport. Taipei Taoyuan Airport has gained the third spot in the 40 million passengers category.
Hyderabad wins too as it claims the top spot in the 5 to 15 million passengers category for the second consecutive year. While Lucknow topped in the category of 2 to 5 million passengers and Ahmedabad bagged the award for Most Improved Airport in Asia Pacific region.
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