Muharraq, March 1 /BNA/: Nearly seven million passengers passed through Bahrain International Airport (BIA) in 2022, and the Bahrain International Airport Company (BAC) Airport Facilities Committee meeting was heard.
Bahrain International Airport handled 6.9 million passengers, an increase of 127.5% from three million in 2021, and only 29% less than the pre-pandemic figures of 9.6 million in 2019. Passengers, crew and baggage at Bahrain International Airport.
The committee discussed a range of topics, including Bahrain International Airport’s performance figures for the year, which saw aircraft traffic rise from 51,000 in 2021 to 82,000, just 15% less than in 2019, and cargo load increasing from 324,000 in 2021. 2021 to 379 thousand. 30% increase compared to 2019.
They also discussed BIA’s impressive achievements, including being awarded a 5-star Skytrax rating for the second year in a row, and taking another significant step toward becoming a completely carbon-neutral facility by reaching Level 4 of the Airports Council International’s Airport Carbon Certification Program (ACI).
“We can all be proud of how well our airport performed last year as we moved closer to reaching pre-pandemic numbers. This data points to a stronger recovery in 2023, and with increased passenger traffic, we are fully poised to meet our expectations,” said Mohammed Yousef Al Binfalah, CEO of Bahrain Airport Company. International “Needs of Guests of Bahrain International Airport”.
“Delivering an exceptional passenger experience is central to our vision and strategies, and the Airport Facilitation Committee plays a key role in achieving this goal. I extend my sincere thanks to everyone for their continued efforts and support in exceeding our high standards. This commitment to excellence has been recognized through a range of awards, which demonstrates The ability of Bahrain International Airport to stand alongside the leading airports in the world.”
The meeting also included presentations on aviation security, fire prevention and the upcoming comprehensive emergency exercise, which will put the airport emergency plan to the test and access to the capabilities, readiness and effectiveness of the emergency and rescue services at Bahrain International Airport in dealing with potential accidents. .
Last year, Bahrain International Airport (BIA) was awarded Level 2 Airport Customer Experience Accreditation from ACI, underscoring Bahrain International Airport’s efforts to offer a seamless and seamless experience for both passengers and visitors.
Bahrain International Airport’s commitment to ensuring passengers with reduced mobility (PRM) enjoy a comfortable and stress-free travel experience has been recognized at the Airport Accessibility Awards 2022. Bahrain International Airport was one of three winners to receive this prestigious award, which celebrates airport operators who strive to provide the best possible PRM services.
“These awards are a testament to our team’s hard work and commitment to providing the best possible customer experience. However, with standards set so high, we must work even harder to exceed expectations. I am confident we can achieve these goals through teamwork and teamwork,” Al-Binfalah added.