BANGKOK, 24 February 2012 - Chiang Mai International Airport has been named one of the top-5 airports in the world.
Airports of Thailand PCL (AOT) President Anirut Thanomkulbutra said on Thursday that the latest survey by the Airports Council International (ACI) has shown that Chiang Mai International Airport is ranked no. 4 on its list of the world’s best airports in the category of airports with annual traffic of under 5 million passengers.
Mr. Anirut said that the report on the ranking was officially announced on February 14th.
According to the AOT President, thirty-four airports from around the world took part in the latest ranking.
He stated that the survey result came from the answers provided by international passengers to 33 questions that the ACI had raised on their satisfaction toward such issues as the cleanliness, the overall ambience, the politeness of staff and the safety measures.
Mr. Anirut went on to say that being the 4th best airport in the world showed that Chiang Mai International Airport has somewhat succeeded in managing its facilities and providing impressive service to travelers after all these years.