Nepal | June 04, 2020

ACBA bestows ‘Most Popular Airlines Award 2019’ to NAC

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KATHMANDU: The team Airlines Critics & Bloggers Association (ACBA), powered by worldwidebestairlines.com, the only registered organisation of Airline Auditors/ Reviewers/ Bloggers/ Air Passengers and Aviation Journalists in the world, has conferred the “Most Popular Airlines Award 2019” on Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC).

A press statement issued by the ACBA team said it decided to honour NAC after reviewing its qualities, performances and services — time performance, groud staff performance at the airport, crew’s behaviour and their services, in-flight meal quality, entertainment facility for passengers on board, safety, comfort , baggage handling, price-performance ratio, cleanliness and maintenance — among other factors.

Likewise, the team ACBA has chosen CEO of NAC Madan Kharel as “Airline CEO of the Year” in recognition of his leadership qualities, team management, popularising the airline brand, and above all his passion for making Nepal Airlines the leading airline company of the area, the statement said.

The decision to present such a prestigious award has been taken after receiving positive feedback from the bloggers, flying anonymous on various sectors of Nepal Airlines.

The ACBA management and staff further congratulated the entire staff and management of NAC for its excellent air services.

Prior to this, the ACBA bestowed “Worldwide Best Airline Award” to THAI AIR and FINNAIR.


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