Despite the effects of the Corona epidemic, the Kingdom’s international airports advanced for the second year in a row on the list of the top 100 airports in the world.
This was revealed in the findings of the Skytrax International Organization, which is responsible for assessing airlines and airports, and in which more than 500 airports from across the world took part.
According to the findings of the evaluation for the year 2021, King Abdulaziz International Airport rated 50th internationally, King Khalid International Airport rose 36 places to 58th, and Prince Muhammad bin Abdulaziz Airport rose 16 places to 68th. After being rated 91st internationally, King Fahd International Airport is now placed 87th.
King Abdulaziz International Airport came in third, King Khalid International Airport came in fifth, and King Fahd International Airport came in ninth in the Middle East region, while Prince Muhammad bin Abdulaziz International Airport took first place as the best regional airport and sixth in the Middle East for the second year.
These results demonstrate personnel at the Kingdom’s international airports’ dedication to providing the greatest passenger experience, confirming the level of leadership, excellence, and moving forward in the process of continuous growth.
In addition to improving the authority’s efforts, the outcomes reflect the objectives of the civil aviation sector’s plan, which is derived from the national strategy for transportation and logistics. The Kingdom’s General Directorate of Civil Aviation seeks to improve the quality of passenger services and enhance the travel experience at its airports.
It’s worth noting that the General Authority of Civil Aviation continues to implement a comprehensive program to evaluate the quality of airport services provided to travelers in all of the Kingdom’s airports, which covers all aspects of the evaluation of services provided to passengers transiting through the Kingdom’s airports.