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KAA Receives International Recognition from Airports Council International

NAIROBI, Kenya. Feb 10 –Airports Council International (ACI) has recognized Kenya Airports Authority (KAA) in its World’s Voice of the Customer Initiative.

This initiative recognizes airports that continued to prioritize their customers and remained committed to ensuring that their voice was heard during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020.

The Authority says the recognition is a testament to its deliberate commitment to service excellence. ACI’s Airport Service Quality (ASQ) is a world-renowned and globally established global benchmarking program that measures passengers’ satisfaction whilst they are traveling through an airport.

Jomo Kenyatta International Airport-Nairobi and Moi International Airport -Mombasa have participated in the ASQ program for over 10 years.

While officially writing to the authority on the recognition, ACI World Director General, Luis Felipe de Oliveira congratulated KAA for its efforts in improving the passenger experience.

“Your airports have made significant efforts in gathering passenger feedback through ACI’s Airport Service Quality program and this will help you better understand your customers and will inform your commitment to delivering a superior customer experience under trying circumstances,” said ACI’s Director General Felipe de Oliveira.

Kenya Airports Authority’s Acting Managing Director, Alex Gitari noted that the recognition was timely, coming at a time when Jomo Kenyatta and Moi International Airports are undergoing major rehabilitation works set to improve on the passenger experience.

“We are employing the industry’s best practice as we seek to adapt a seamless passenger experience at our airports -to provide a safer, smoother and more streamlined airport journey, from check-in to boarding,” said Gitari.

ACI’s Customer Experience Accreditation program offers a structured path for us to hone the knowledge and skills to ensure that we achieve our vision to provide stress-free travel to our customers; this is vital as travel recovers,” he added.

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KAA has put World Health Organization (WHO) and International Civil Aviation (ICAO) health recommended protocols in place to further ensure our customers travel stress-free during this current Covid-19 pandemic environment.

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