Culiacán International voted best small airport in Latin America

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Culiacán International Airport in Mexico has been voted the best small airport for service quality in Latin America and the Caribbean by the Airport Service Quality (ASQ) awards.

The ASQ award is presented by Airports Council International (ACI) and is based on the results of passenger surveys conducted at different airports around the world. Culiacán Airport came top against 17 other airports that service fewer than two million passengers annually in the Latin America and Caribbean region.

Porfirio González, CEO for OMA, the airport operator, said, “The ASQ award is a great event for OMA, and particularly for the Culiacán Airport, which is receiving this recognition for the first time. Our Mazatlán Airport received this award twice, in 2011 and 2013. OMA works constantly to maintain the quality of the terminals in our 13 airports, through the adoption of best practices and in order to create value for our clients, passengers, and shareholders.”

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