earns 2010 Global Airport Efficiency Excellence Award
For the eighth year in a row, the Air Transport Research Society (ATRS) has recognized Hartsfield-Jackson’s world leadership in airport efficiency. The Global Airport Efficiency Excellence Award is a reflection of Hartsfield-Jackson’s productivity, efficiency and low costs, including the lowest passenger costs for the airlines.
The award, based on data compiled by the ATRS Global Airport Benchmarking
Task Force, was announced July 7 at the 14th annual ATRS World Conference
in Porto, Portugal.
The ATRS is the largest network of aviation academic researchers
in the world and is part of the World Conference on Transport Research
Society. The nonprofit organization uses cutting-edge research to
understand airports’ best practices.
Hartsfield-Jackson earned the ATRS Global Airport Efficiency Excellence Award in 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009. The Airport won the ATRS’s North American award in 2005. For more information, go to www.atrsworld.org.
Hartsfield-Jackson recently has received several accolades, including Airports Council International–North America’s 2009 Concessions Person of the Year (director of Concessions) and Best Convenience Retail Program, large airport category; Airport Revenue News magazine’s Best Concessions Management Team; Air Cargo World magazine’s Award of Excellence for best North American cargo operations in its category (2009 and 2010); and Air Cargo Week’s World Air Cargo Award for Airport of the Year (2009 and 2010).
Interim General Manager Robert Kennedy (left) and
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