The General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) issued its monthly report on the performance of domestic and international airports in Saudi Arabia for July.
The airports are assessed according to 14 basic performance measurement criteria. This comes in implementation of the strategic directions aimed at enhancing the services provided to travelers and improving the traveler experience across the Kingdom’s airports.
Among international airports with more than 15 million passengers annually, Jeddah's King Abdulaziz International Airport took the first place with a compliance rate of 91%. King Khalid International Airport followed with a compliance rate of 82%.
In the category of international airports with five to 15 million passengers annually, King Fahd International Airport led with a compliance rate of 91%. Prince Mohammed Bin Abdulaziz International Airport followed with compliance rate of 82%.
Among international airports with two to five million passengers annually, Abha International Airport ranked first with a 100% compliance rate.
In the category of international airports with less than two million passengers, Prince Naif Bin Abdulaziz International Airport led with a 100% compliance rate, outperforming peers in terms of total average waiting time for departure and arrival flights.
For domestic airports, Gurayat Airport topped with a 100% compliance rate, surpassing peers in terms of total average waiting time for departure and arrival flights.
Source : Argaam