The ISO 10002:2018 accreditation granted to Guwahati’s Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport (LGBI) has helped it gain respect on a global scale. A comprehensive assessment of the airport’s quality led to this accomplishment.
A widely known certification, ISO 10002:2018, is particularly important in the field of quality management systems for airport operations, management, and development. By receiving this certification, LGBI Airport has proven its unrelenting dedication to implementing best practices.
A spokesperson for Guwahati Airport expressed pride in achieving this prestigious ISO certification, highlighting their dedication to maintaining a reliable quality management system while adhering to industry standards and best practices. The spokesperson also congratulated the entire team for their collective efforts in earning the ISO certification…
Guwahati foreign Airport connects travellers to 24 local and 2 foreign destinations, acting as a key entry point to Northeast India.
A substantial rise over the same month the previous year, the airport saw approximately 4.8 lakh passengers in August 2023. Imphal, Delhi, Kolkata, and Bengaluru are among Guwahati’s top four domestic destinations. The airport furthermore provides international service to Singapore and Paro.
Nearly 3,839 flight movements were handled by the airport in August 2023, an increase of 14% from August 2022. This expansion can be ascribed to the airport’s passenger-centric approach and the resurgence in air travel following the pandemic…
The Guwahati Airport is hopeful that steady development would continue throughout the forthcoming winter schedule, which will start in October. Since passenger numbers normally increase over the winter season, LGBI predicts a significant increase at this time, reflecting the aviation industry’s ongoing recovery.