World's best airlines for 2018, revealed

Cornelia Mascio
Luglio 18, 2018

Al-Mohanna said "the award is a remarkable national achievement for the airline and it will be added to the list of flynas' achievements accomplished as a result of our guests' confidence and their continuous support, in addition to the professional teamwork aiming to achieve the market's aspirations, as we seek to continuously develop in order to maintain our leading role in the Middle East's economic aviation".

Singapore Airlines - which is continuing to expand operations in this country - is up from second spot a year ago.

After 10 years in second place, Singapore Airlines were named the world's best airline, taking the title from Qatar Airways for the first time since 2008. Airlines do not pay to enter the awards, according to Skytrax. The awards are based on surveys of more than 20 million travellers, who rated more than 335 airlines between August 2017 and May 2018.

The best airline carrier in Europe was found to be Virgin Atlantic.

AirAsia is the largest low-priced carrier in Asia servicing over 130 destinations across Asia, Australia, New Zealand and the Middle East. Skytrax, the company behind them, claims more than 20 million people took part in the 2017/2018 survey. Cathay Pacific Airways 7.

Japanese airline ANA was also honoured with the award for the Best Aircraft Cabin Cleanliness and the category of Best Airline Staff in Asia (which combines airport and cabin staff).

Singapore Airlines won a total of eight gongs, including Best Airline, Best First Class and Best First Class Seat.

Singapore Airways was also named the best in first-class.

TUI Airways won the Best Leisure Airline in the United Kingdom, while other United Kingdom airlines such as Ryanair didn't win any awards. Lufthansa 5. Air France 6.

Other risers include Aeroflot (up from 30th to 23rd), Oman Air (53rd to 44th), and Azerbaijan Airlines (71st to 58th).

AirAsia Group CEO and AirAsia X Co-Group CEO Tan Sri Tony Fernandes said to win the award 10 times in a row is "something".

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