Three Chinese airports rank among world's best

16:39, February 18, 2011      

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Airports Council International (ACI) announced recently the results of its airport services survey for 2010, and five Asia-Pacific airports swept the "Global Best Airport" award, including Incheon International Airport, Singapore's Changi International Airport, the Hong Kong International Airport, Beijing Capital International Airport and Shanghai Pudong International Airport.

Airports Council International gave awards according to 250,000 air passengers' evaluations last year, which rated airports in 34 categories, such as airport services, facilities and business. The Airports Council International is the highest aviation authority in the aviation field, and it has made airport service quality evaluations on more than 1,700 airports worldwide each year since 1993.

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