“This is an incredible turn of events. This should not have happened, but it did occur. I am flying to Yekaterinburg, since I am involved in advertising business and have some business interests there,” Mr. Antonov pointed out. “I wish my home airport prosperity.”
“Today we have welcomed the millionth passenger again. We are very happy to have confirmed our rightful place in the premier league of million-plus airports,” said Eduard Koshenskov, Executive Director, International Nizhny Novgorod Airport, JSC. “We’ll continue doing our best to provide top-quality services for airlines, for our passengers to enjoy comfort as they travel fast to various destinations in Russia and in the world.”
“Like a year ago, we welcome the millionth passenger in early November. Strigino airport is true to its traditions. The concerted effort of all employees, the precision of all systems is a sure pledge of success,” underscored Deputy Minister of Transport and Motor Roads for Nizhny Novgorod Region Roman Kolosov. “It’s not by accident that Strigino made it into the TOP-10 air hubs of the world, according to OAG Agency.”
We should remind that Strigino international airport has cracked the TOP-10 list of most punctilious air hubs in the world this October. Pursuant to the report published by the UK-based international analytics agency OAG, Strigino ranks sixth. As per the Agency’s data, Strigino served 444 regular passenger flights in October, of which 96.1% arrived or departed in accordance with the scheduled time. The Agency counted the flights that arrived or departed not more than 15 minutes off the scheduled time.