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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- The Salt Lake City airport is getting high marks for passenger satisfaction.
In a recent J-D Power and Associates survey, the airport earned a score of 693 out of a possible one-thousand in the 2004 Global Airport Satisfaction Index Study. That is good enough to place the facility seventh in the world among medium-sized airports and a 30-point increase from a year ago.
Singapore's airport was highest in that category, racking up 817 points. The bottom three were Boston, Rome-Fiumicino and Washington-Dulles.
Hong Kong led the way for large airports with a score of 730, while Calgary and San Antonio topped the chart for small airports with 720 apiece.
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