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Ngurah Rai airport, Bali. ANTARA/Nyoman Budhiana
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Ngurah Rai Goes Named Top Three Airports with Best Service  

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - I Gusti Ngurah Rai international airport in Bali received yet another award from Airport Council International as the world’s third best airport in 2016 based on their services.

I Gusti Ngurah Rai airport earned the score of 4,92 from the scale 1 to 5 for a category of airport with 15-25 million passengers each year.

"Based on the results of customer satisfaction throughout 2016, we managed to improve our score from 4,74 in 2015 to 4,92," Ngurah Rai airport General Manager Yanus Suprayogi in the middle of the 53rd anniversary of PT Angkasa Pura I in Tuban Kuta, Badung district on Sunday (26/2).

This year, this airport plans to continue raising their standards of services to the customers. This is done by among others thickening the asphalt of the runway, providing flight navigation tools, adding facilities as well as supporting operational infrastructure.

"As we speak, overlay runway is being constructed and this year we plan to build rapid exit taxiway to optimize the use of the runway," Yanus added. In addition, other facilities will be further enhanced by adding travelator, elevator and parking services.

DEWA WIGUNA | ANTARA

 



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