Airports Council International (ACI) World has announced the 2018 inductees into the ACI Director General’s Roll of Excellence.
The honour recognizes those airports which, in the opinion of their passengers, have consistently delivered excellence in customer service. Passengers are surveyed by the ACI Airport Service Quality programme, the only worldwide service quality measurement and benchmarking service that questions passengers while at the airport.
The ACI Director General’s Roll of Excellence identifies airports that have been ranked as one of the top five airports by size or region in five of the last ten years in the ASQ Survey.
This year’s inductees are:
- Queen Alia International Airport (Amman, Jordan)
- Haikou Meilan International Airport (Hainan, China)
- Sanya Phoenix International Airport (Sanya, China)
- Chongqing Jiangbei International Airport (Chongqing, China)
- Narita International Airport (Narita, Japan)
- Sheremetyevo International Airport (Moscow, Russia)
- Tampa International Airport (Florida, United States)
Angela Gittens, Director General, ACI World, said: “The Roll of Excellence provides special recognition for airports that consistently deliver an exceptional customer experience over time. In an increasingly competitive airport industry operating environment, continuous service improvement is a key ingredient in business performance.
“I extend my warmest congratulations to the inductees and I am confident that they will continue to be a role model for airport service quality excellence and work with us to raise the bar in service standards and best practices within the industry. I look forward to formally inducting them onto the Roll of Excellence at the ACI Customer Excellence Global Summit in Halifax, Nova Scotia on 12 September.”
The ACI Director General’s Roll of Excellence was established in 2011 to provide additional recognition to those airports which, in the opinion of the passengers in the Airport Service Quality (ASQ) Survey, have consistently delivered excellent services. Since 2011, 48 airports have been inducted onto the Roll of Excellence.