Delhi, Hyd airports get top rankings of a global body

The airports of Delhi and Hyderabad have been ranked among the top airports of the world in the airport services quality (ASQ) by the global body, Airports Council International (ACI).

February 17, 2011 / 09:11 AM IST

The airports of Delhi and Hyderabad have been ranked among the top airports of the world in the airport services quality (ASQ) by the global body, Airports Council International (ACI).


While Hyderabad's Rajiv Gandhi Airport retained the number one position for the second year in a row among 49 airports handling 5-15 million passengers per annum (mppa), Indira Gandhi International Airport came fourth in a group of 19 airports in the 25-40 mppa category.


Mumbai's CST International Airport, run by GVK-led consortium, ranked in the 15-25 mppa category, the ACI said.


While the Indian airports ranked among the top in different categories, the ACI declared Incheon in Seoul, Changi in Singapore, airports in Hong Kong, Beijing and Shanghai Pudong as the overall top 'best airports worldwide'.

The rankings were done on the basis of a global ASQ survey by the ACI of 153 airports, including 6 Indian ones.

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