Philippines’ Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) is finally out of World’s Worst Airport List according to a survey from www.sleepinginairports.net.
On its recent article entitled Worst Airports for Overall Experience dated on the 15th October, the airports were ranked based on certain criteria that include comfort, services, food options, immigration/security, customer service, cleanliness, navigation, and ease of transit.
In 2016 list, NAIA was ranked 5th in the same category. From 2011-2013, the airport was hailed as the worst.
The Department of Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade acknowledged this improvement and encouraged everyone to work even harder to be included in the list of the Bests.
On the other hand, Manila International Airports Authority (MIAA) General Manager Ed Monreal said that the bigger challenge right now is to surpass this achievement.
Surprisingly, four Philippine airports were included in the list of World’s Best Airport in Asia. These are the Iloilo International Airport (ILO), Mactan-Cebu International Airport (CEB), Clark International Airport (CRK), and Davao International Airport (DVO).
Travelers from all over the world can now feel safe and secured when entering the Philippines. Not only will the Ninoy Aquino International Airport bid farewell to their stained past records but also the feeling of fear of airport mismanagement and injustices.