Are you a frequent flyer? If you are, then you probably have travelled with many airlines around the world. And, if you have travelled with multiple airlines, then you must have already formed your opinions of them. Everyone has a preferred airline and at least one airline that they avoid at any cost.
Find out if your favourite airline made it to the Top 5 World’s Best Airline at the SKYTRAX 2017 World Airline Awards below.
Qatar Airways has been declared to be the number 1 airline in the world. This Doha-based airline has received heaps of praises for its unparalleled seating comfort and in-flight entertainment options by passengers and reviewers alike. It also won the award for Best Airline in the Middle East, World’s Best Business Class, and Best First Class Airline Lounge.
Almost everyone’s favourite these days, Singapore Airlines gained the second spot. Its standout service, warm hospitality and an offering of finest facilities have also helped the airline win Best Airline in Asia, Best Business Class Airline Seat, and Best Premium Economy Catering.
All Nippon Airways
All Nippon Airways (ANA) is based in Japan and has seen an influential rise in the last two years and deservedly so. The airline has received high praise for its cleanliness and superior services. The largest international airline in Japan, ANA has supremely-comfortable reclining seats for Business and First class passengers and USB ports even in Economy class. It has also won awards for World’s Best Airport Services and Best Airline Staff Service in Asia.
Ranked number 1 last year, Emirates has cemented its position as one of the world’s best long-haul air carrier. The airline has taken home Skytrax’s award for Best In-Flight Entertainment 13 years in a row.
Based out of Hong Kong, Cathay Pacific is one of the most respected carriers from the Pacific rim. The airlines’ frequency is much higher as compared to other airlines in Asia and ranks high in seat comfort, service quality, and in-flight entertainment.
Which are some of your most preferred airlines? Did they find a spot in the top five?