Airport Passports Services ranked third globally in 2024 World Airline Awards



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Manama, Apr. 24 (BNA): The Kingdom of Bahrain has achieved a new international milestone, as the Passports Services at the Bahrain International Airport has been ranked third globally among the 2024 World Airline Awards (Skytrax).

 

It won in the “Best Airport Passport Services” category after applying strict standards that include the efficiency and speed of procedures, ease of movement, the efficiency of passport staff in terms of receiving visitors, and the extent of travellers’ satisfaction.

 

The achievement is an international testimony to the excellence and leadership in the services provided by the Nationality, Passports, and Residence Affairs (NPRA) and its continuous keenness to enhance travellers’ experiences at the Bahrain International Airport. Bahrain ranked third after Singapore Changi Airport and Zurich International Airport in Switzerland.

 

Shaikh Hisham bin Abdullah Al Khalifa, the Interior Ministry’s Undersecretary for NPRA, expressed his pride in the achievement, asserting dedication to providing the best services for travellers via the Bahrain International Airport to promote Bahrain’s status as a leading regional centre in air transport.

 

He noted that the Airport Passports Services plays a significant role in facilitating travellers’ procedures and providing them with exciting travelling experiences. He hailed the fruitful cooperation between the NPRA and Bahrain Airport Services.

 

Skytrax World Airlines is a London-based consultancy founded in 1989. It operates an airline and airport review website and offers annual awards known as the Skytrax World Awards based on traveller reviews.

 

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