It is a matter of honour for us that Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport has been ranked the second best airport in the world and this fact emerges from Airport Service Quality rankings given by Airport Council International (ACI) for year 2011. The IGI Airport has bagged the second slot in the 25-40 million passengers per annum (mmpa) category. It is a matter of pride as survey was conducted across 180 airports in the world.
Another feather in the cap is that Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (CSIA), Mumbai, has been ranked the third best airport in the world by ACI. It also received the Airport Service Quality Awards for 2011. CSIA was also rated as the second best in India, for airports handling 25-40 MMPA
If we make our infrastructures better from our present state of dismal, none can stop India from becoming a force to reckon with and it just requires more vigilance on part of people to be proactive through RTI.