Mauritius International Airport named most improved in Africa & second-best globally
Louis Berger, which delivers technical advice, has worked in close partnership with Ammann & Whitney as from 2009 to shape the new terminal of the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Airport, inaugurated in May 2013. (Image: Company)
Mauritius’ Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport, which forms part of aviation consulting major Louis Berger’s projects, has received two accolades from the Airports Council International (ACI), notably as the most improved airport in Africa and second-best airport in the world.
“These are all well-deserved recognitions of the dedication to performance and customer experience that each facility demonstrates, and we are honoured to have been a part of their efforts to expand and improve their services to travellers and users in general,” said Javier Gonzalez, vice president leading Louis Berger’s global aviation practice.
Louis Berger, which delivers technical advice, has worked in close partnership with Ammann & Whitney as from 2009 to shape the new terminal of the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Airport, inaugurated in May 2013. To provide the broader picture, the island`s international airport welcomes five million passengers each year.
Two other airports which have been recognized by The Airports Council International, also saw the contribution of Louis Berger.
First, the Queen Alia International Airport in Jordan, which was honoured as the best and most improved airport in the Middle East region and then Kenya`s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, which was saluted as the fifth-best airport in Africa.
The results emerged from the Airport Service Quality survey (ASQ) carried by ACI to evaluate passengers` overall satisfaction from check-in to departure. The ASQ awards considered only airports which take part in the survey on a monthly basis. To date, over 300 airports were involved in the ASQ.