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TAV’s two airports among Europe’s best

Posted 7 March 2019 · Add Comment

Two airports in Turkish company TAV’s portfolio have been ranked among the best in Europe. Skopje Airport is awarded in the category of “2 million or less passengers” and Zagreb Airport is awarded in the category of 2 to 5 million passengers annually.

 

TAV Airports President&CEO Sani Şener said: “As TAV, we operate 15 airports in seven countries. Last year we welcomed a total of 152 million passengers in our airports. Passenger satisfaction is at the core of all our operations. We strive to provide a safe, comfortable and fast travel experience for our passengers. We follow the needs and expectations of our passengers closely and provide innovative solutions. This recognition by our passengers is very valuable and makes us proud. With our qualified human resource and our know-how, we became a preferred brand in airport operations on a global scale. I wholeheartedly thank all our employees for this achievement.”

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