ACI World Launches Voice of the Customer Recognition

ACI World Launches Voice of the Customer Recognition

  • Recognition for airports that prioritized listening to customers during the pandemic

Airports Council International (ACI) World has today revealed those airports that have continued to prioritize listening and engaging with customers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

‘The Voice of the Customer’ recognition is for airports which demonstrated significant efforts in gathering passenger feedback through the Airport Service Quality (ASQ) programme to help them better understand their customers during the pandemic. To qualify, an airport member must have collected 3 or more quarters of data. It is separate from the world-renowned ASQ awards.

ACI World Customer Recognition
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) was among those to receive the recognition.
ACI World Director General, Luis Felipe de Oliveira, said:

“The Voice of the Customer recognition celebrates the commitment of airports that continued listening to passengers and adapting processes and procedures to meet changing expectations of customer experience in response to COVID-19. As our industry works towards recovery, airports that listen to – and prioritize the needs and expectations of – customers will be better-placed to respond. ACI’s ASQ programme gives airports the tools, objective measurement and benchmarking, for airports to gather information on the needs and expectations of customers and help drive their performance in response.”

This year, 140 airports have been recognized around the world. Delivery of ‘The Voice of the Customer’ recognition is sponsored by Amadeus. A list of airports that will receive “The Voice of the Customer” Recognition certificates can be found here.

Executive Vice President Airport IT at Amadeus, Bruno Spada, said:

“We are proud to support this important recognition of airports that relentlessly sought to gather passenger feedback during the pandemic. During that period, we have worked in partnership with airports to help them rapidly scale passenger handling capacity up or down, to serve passengers in new parts of the airport or ‘off-airport’ and to make their experience contactless. Despite the operational difficulties faced by all airports, we believe those that place the passenger at the centre of everything they do are well positioned to build safer and more satisfying, smoother experiences for travellers.

“We continue to innovate for recovery and beyond and will soon unveil more details about our new cloud solution for airport passenger services that brings together applications, hardware and services so airports can deliver a more agile and better connected end-to-end experience than ever before.”

The Airport Service Quality programme is the world’s leading airport customer experience measurement and benchmarking programme. The ASQ Departures programme measures passengers’ satisfaction across 34 key performance indicators. More than half of the world’s travellers pass through an ASQ airport.

This article was originally published by Airports Council International.

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