Israel’s Ben Gurion International Airport was ranked the best in the Middle East.
Airport Council International this week released the results of its 2007 Airport Service Quality Survey, which tabulates passenger opinions on 34 airport service factors from check-in to departure at the gate.
Ben Gurion, outside Tel Aviv, rated No. 1 in the Middle East followed by the airports of Doha, Abu Dhabi and Muscat.
It also finished second in a global ranking of airports that handle 5 million to 15 million passengers a year.
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