Tallinn, Belgrade, Budapest and Athens are home to some of Europe’s best airports, a new survey reveals.
Since 2006, Airports Council International has been surveying passengers on their experiences at almost 400 airports in 95 countries. The results are shared in the annual ASQ (Airport Service Quality) Awards.
Here’s how Europe’s airports shaped up in the recently released 2022 rankings.
How do the Airport Service Quality Awards work?
The ASQ Awards are broken down by airport size and region. Survey questions cover staff dedication, cleanliness and the ease and enjoyability of customers’ airport journeys.
Airports that score within the top 20 per cent on the overall satisfaction score make the final cut.
The results are
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