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Moscow Domodedovo Airport, the largest in Russia, announced the winners of the most punctual airline, with the goal of further enhancing the quality of passenger service.
The Airport evaluated the performance of a number of worldwide partner airlines, based on punctuality - calculated based on flight frequency and the number of flights performed without delay from the airport during the reporting period. Air Arabia came top in the category of ‘Foreign Airlines with more than seven flights per week.’
Adel Al Ali, Group Chief Executive Officer, Air Arabia, said, "At Air Arabia, we are committed towards passenger experience and operational excellence. Our recognition from Moscow Domodedovo Airport is a testament towards our efforts to ensure the on-time performance of our flights and enhance our operational efficiency, despite the continued challenges that the global aviation industry is facing."
The Moscow Domodedovo Airport punctuality competition is held on an annual basis among its partner airlines.
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