Who Is The Better operator Of Airports

Who Is The Better operator Of Airports

By the time this comes out today, our Flight would already be somewhere close to landing in Manila. For the first time in my plane trips, I was kind of looking forward to pass through the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA), particularly Terminal 3 located at the former Villamor Airbase in Pasay City. The Etihad Flight we took is one of the International Airlines earlier transferred from NAIA Terminal 1 to NAIA 3.

We passed through the Dubai International Airport for our Flight to Switzerland and back to Manila. For the many overseas Filipino workers who come or transit in Dubai, they find it as passenger friendly for reasons other than comfort and convenience of the Airport facilities. This is because of the presence of hundreds of our OFWs who are also Airport workers or employed at the many duty-free stores and restaurant establishments operating inside the terminal.

A survey conducted by The Guide to Sleeping in Airports on reported last week the latest results of its opinion polls on the worst airports around the world. Among world travelers polled for this survey period, it showed less and less dissatisfaction for those who have passed through NAIA-1.

In Asia, NAIA-1 got slightly improved rating as it placed fourth, behind the Islamabad Benazir Bhutto International Airport in Pakistan which was rated as the worst airport in the world. Second worst was Jeddah King Abdulaziz International Airport in Saudi Arabia followed by Kathmandu Tribhuvan International Airport in Nepal.

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Mohini Porwal [ B Sc]
Trainee News Editor
Philipines Aviation News Editor