September 23, 2010 - For its continued excellence in the past two months, Singapore’s Changi Airport was given six “Best Airport Awards” by leading travel organizations in the world, the Changi Airport Group announced on Tuesday.
For the past 22 years, readers of the UK-based travel publication Business Traveler named Changi as the “Best Airport in the World” in its annual Business Traveler Awards.
Also, UK-based Conde Nast Traveler has named the Singapore airport as the best in the world for the sixth consecutive time in its Readers’ Travel Awards 2010 for its highly rated facilities and dining.
Meanwhile, across the Atlantic Ocean, Conde Nast Traveler counterpart in the United States has also named Changi as the “Best International Airport” in the world for the seventh time in its annual Business Travel Awards.
According to the US-based publication, Changi Airport was able to top all subcategories for the award – including amenities, shops, foods, connectivity, comfort and design.
For the 19th consecutive years, readers of the Business Traveler Asia-Pacific also picked the Singapore airport as the best in the world; while China’s leading trade publication TravelWeekly-China has given the “Best International Airport” award to Changi during its China Travel and Meeting Industry Awards 2010.
Changi also topped the online polls conducted by Smart Travel Asia in its Top 10 airports Worldwide for three straight years.
Changi Airport Group chief executive Lee Seow Hiang attributed the continued success of the airport to their commitment to provide passengers the best service they can have every time they visit Singapore.
Based on records, Changi Airport has garnered more than 350 “Best Airport Awards” since its opening in 1981.
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