King Abdulaziz International Airport Secures Top Places in 2023 ACI Rankings

The Airports Council International (ACI) honored King Abdulaziz International Airport (KAIA) as the most improved airport in air connectivity in the Middle East, compared to 2019.

KAIA ranked in the third place as the best airport in the field of air connectivity in the Middle East in 2023, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported.

The results were announced during ACI‘s annual General Assembly Conference and Exhibition in Riyadh. They are an extension of the persistent efforts of the Jeddah Airports Company, which manages and operates KAIA.

King Abdulaziz International Airport Achieves Top Ranks in 2023 ACI Rankings
King Abdulaziz International Airport Achieves Top Ranks in 2023 ACI Rankings

In recent years, the Jeddah Airports Company harnessed advanced technology, developed the airport’s infrastructure, raised the quality of services provided, and expanded the network of local and international air destinations to more than 125 destinations.

Pursuing the national strategic objectives of civil aviation, stemming from Saudi Vision 2030, the Company continues its work to elevate the status of KAIA as a pivotal international airport, and provide a unique travel experience for all passengers through KAIA, including tourists and visitors to the Grand Mosque of Makkah from across the world.

King Abdulaziz International Airport achieved a record growth in operations of over 36% in 2023. It also aims to increase the number of destinations to 135 by the end of 2024, to achieve 6% growth compared to 2023.

Jeddah Airports Company CEO Eng. Mazen Johar expressed the Company’s desire to elevate the quality of services provided to achieve the national strategic objectives of transport and logistics which aim to raise operational efficiency, increase the capacity of KAIA by reaching 114 million passengers by 2030.

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