Kempegowda International Airport, Bengaluru (KIAB) which has clocked 15.4 million passengers in financial year 2014-15 celebrated seven successful years of airport operation.
The airport which has established itself as South India’s busiest and country’s third largest airport organised its second edition of Pinnacle Awards – a platform created to recognize excellence and collaboration within the airport community, reports Business Line.
Indigo has been awarded the domestic airline of the year while Emirates was awarded the international airline of the year. Indigo and Emirates have also won the flyer’s favourite airline in the domestic and international category.
The award ceremony was presided over by G V Sanjay Reddy, MD of BIAL and attended by the senior management of the airport, partners and concessionairs here in Bengaluru.
Speaking on the occasion Reddy said “Since the start of airport operations we have offered our passengers a seamless travel experience while maintaining the highest standard of quality and service excellence.”
“This year Pinnacle awards witnessed over 100 entries for the submission-based awards – a bouquet of stories of innvation, sustainable practices, star performers and crossing boundaries,” he added.