Malta International Airport (MIA) was listed among the top ten airports worldwide in 2019 by Skytrax, in MIA’s size category of hosting between five and ten million passengers annually, according to a press statement. The Maltese airport was the only one from the European Union that made to the list.
Malta International Airport currently holds a four-star rating awarded by Skytrax in 2016. This year, the hub ranked among the best airports, including but not exclusive to Adelaide Airport (Australia), Christchurch International Airport (New Zealand), Koltsovo International Airport (Russia), and Keflavík International Airport (Iceland).
“This is another vote of confidence from our passengers in our airport and the team that drives it towards reaching its ambitious goals, heartening us to keep working on turning brief airport journeys into memorable passenger experiences in line with our vision,” said Alan Borg, CEO of Malta International Airport.
Skytrax announced the winners of its World Airport Awards 2019 at the end of March based on air travellers’ votes on service and product key performance indicators, such as check-in and security processes and retail options, for 550 airports across the globe.