Athens International Airport is the new leader in the world in its category, according to the annual results of…
Athens International Airport is the new leader in the world in its category, according to the annual results of IATA`s independent survey Global Airport Monitor for 2002.
In the airport size category up to 15 million passengers per annum, Eleftherios Venizelos moved up not only to the 1st position in Europe, but also to the 1st position in the world. Our airport scored highest for Overall Passengers Satisfaction, climbing from 2nd in Europe and 3rd in the world in 2001.
As highlighted in IATA`s relevant report, competition is stronger in the specific airport size category, as it is the category including the largest number of participating airports (among them, the airports of Brussels, Dusseldorf, Vienna, Helsinki, Geneva, Oslo, Montreal, Johannesburg, Nice, Cape Town, and Moscow).
The airports ranked top for Overall Passengers Satisfaction in the year 2002, as per airport size category, are the following:
- Over 40 mio passengers per annum: Amsterdam Schiphol
- 25-40 mio passengers per annum: Singapore Changi
- 15-25 mio passengers per annum: Dubai International
- Up to 15 mio passengers per annum: Athens International Airport Eleftherios Venizelos
The particularly positive perception of Athens International Airport`s passengers, according to the Global Airport Monitor, the main benchmarking tool measuring passengers` satisfaction globally, reflects Athens International Airport`s dynamic presence, as well as its contribution to the promotion of the image of Greece internationally.
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