Ben Gurion Airport named top Middle East airport for second yearTel Aviv’s Ben Gurion Airport was named top Middle East airport for the second year in a row in an Airports Council International (ACI) airport survey, announced this week.
Worldwide, Ben Gurion came second for airports with annual passenger traffic of 5-15 million. This is the second successive year in which Ben Gurion Airport has achieved these rankings.
The ACI survey, which takes place at airports every day of the week, and every month of the year, notes passengers’ perception of the quality of more than 30 aspects of service they experience during their visit to the airport.
Worldwide, for the fourth successive year, the top three performing airports were Incheon International Airport in South Korea, Singapore Changi Airport, and Hong Kong International Airport.