Da Nang International Airport is the first in the top 10 of The World's Most Improved Airports 2020
May 12, 2020
According to a recent announcement at the Skytrax World Aviation Awards, Danang International Airport under the Airport Corporation of Vietnam - JSC (ACV) was honored to be in the Top 10 of the World's Most Improved Airports 2020.
This award was conducted by Skytrax based on the results of the survey of passengers traveling at international airports worldwide for the improvement of the quality of passenger service and the satisfaction level. According to Skytrax, the fact that Danang International Airport received this award is the most outstanding achievement, demonstrating the strong improvement of the Airport in 2020. The list of the 10 best improvement airports in the world also has names like Paris Orly (France), Jeddah (Arabic), Muscat (Oman) or Fukuoka (Japan) ...
Previously, Da Nang International Airport and Da Nang International Terminal Investment and Operation Joint Stock Company (AHT) in collaboration with Skytrax to assess the quality of service at Da Nang International Airport in August, 2019, which resulted in 4-star standard assessed for Danang International Terminal (T2). Based on this assessment, Da Nang International Airport has continuously made efforts to improve service quality as well as other categories recommended by Skytrax such as arranging additional signs, flight information display system (FIDS), reducing noise at the terminal, etc.
With the development of passenger output through aerial transport has increased sharply and maintained continuous development in recent years, in order to ensure the quality of service, AHT Company together with the State Management Agencies and aviation businesses enterprise have often cooperated closely in the management and administration to provide aircraft and passenger services in the best way.
In front of suitiation that the aviation industry is facing unprecedented difficulties caused by the Covid-19 epidemic, AHT Company is always preparing resources to be ready to serve flights and passengers in the near future.