Saudi’s King Khalid and Madinah Airports Score High in Operational Efficiency in March: GACA

Saudi Arabia’s King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh scored highest with 82 percent compliance to operational standards in March, the latest data from the Saudi General Authority of Civil Aviation showed.

Divided into three categories, GACA ranks airports based on their compliance to 14 operational criteria, including check-in, security, customs control, the waiting times for passengers, and the time spent in baggage handling, in accordance with international best practices.

King Khalid airport, which has five terminals feeding 58 airlines to make 91,000 flights annually, claimed the top position for highest compliance to operational standards, in the category of international airports having the capacity to handle more than six million passengers annually.

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