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Wednesday, 08 November, 2017 | 14:34 WIB
Ngurah Rai in Bali Named World`s Third Best Airport

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Ngurah Rai International Airport in Bali is once again listed as one of the world`s best airports for the category of 15-25 million passengers per year. Ngurah Rai receives the rate of 4.93 out of 5 from the Airport Council International (ACI).

“We were rated based on 33 assessment indicators,” Angkasa Pura I General Manager of Ngurah Rai Yanus Suprayogi said in Badung, Bali, on November 8.

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The airport’s achievement, according to Yanus, makes Ngurah Rai as the world’s third-best airports. One of the busiest airports in Indonesia is considered to have great service quality, starting from its facility, accessibility, security, arrival and reporting process services.

Yanus explained that the airport services assessment is based on polls participated by the airport’s passengers. From early 2017 until October, 18.1 million people have passed through the Ngurah Rai Airport in Bali.


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