According to a recently released report by the aviation analytical firm Cirium, GMR Hyderabad International Airport had an On-Time Performance of 90.43 percent in March 2023.
Hyderabad airport is the only airport in the world to have crossed the 90 per cent mark. Cirium examined over 5 million flights worldwide in the month of March, and Hyderabad airport topped the charts in both the ‘Global Airports’ and ‘Large Airports’ categories.
In November 2022, the airport was ranked fourth in the ‘Large Airports’ category, with an OTP of 88.44 percent. The airport was chosen based on its actual gate departure service, which must cover 80% or more of the actual departure time and serve at least three regions (inclusive of its own).
Speaking on this achievement, Pradeep Panicker, CEO-GMR Hyderabad International Airport said, “Over the years, we have implemented the latest technology innovations, improvised the best operational measures and built world-class infrastructure to optimize the airport’s performance.”
GMR Hyderabad International Airport introduced a number of first-of-their-kind technological innovations for the country’s airport sector, including the country’s first-ever integrated and centralized Airport Operations Control Center (AOCC) and a slew of modern passenger information systems and technological initiatives since its inception.
The seamless process and operational procedures of GHIAL, such as Express Security check-in, Self Check-in kiosks, E Boarding, video analytics, and so on, ensure on-time performance (OTP) for its airline partners.
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