11 Jun These are the 7 best airlines in the world
With the arrival of the holidays, one of the most arduous tasks is to find the best flights. And all this without losing sight of the rankings of the best flight companies. As cheapness sometimes ends up being expensive, at Bekia Viajes we tell you which are the current best seven airlines according to users and Skytrax, a company that conducts surveys for passengers to evaluate the services of the different 335 airlines in the world. Catching a plane sometimes becomes an ordeal. Not so much because of the search but because of the anxiety about the insecurity that sometimes involves getting on a flight.
Recently, the awards to the best airlines have spoken and with minimal discrepancies. If not any with the traditional Skytrax list. This year’s World Airline Awards ranking has placed Singapore Airlines as the winner. If something is clear with the arrival of the results, it is that Asian companies are at the top with even three top positions on the list. There is also a space on the list for an airline of the European Union, one of the largest in Europe whose base is located at the Munich International Airport
1 Singapore Airlines (Singapore)
The quintessential airline company for much of Asia is known for launching the Airbus A380, the world’s largest airliner. As regards connections, this company is one of the main ones operating in Southeast and East Asia. In addition to offering two of the longest flights in the world; from Singapore to Newark and from Singapore to Los Angeles.
2 Qatar Airways (Qatar)
As its name suggests, it is the main company in charge of transporting airplanes in Qatar. Qatar Airways links 125 international destinations between Africa, Central Asia, Europe, South Asia, America, and Oceania with a fleet that exceeds 150 aircraft. Known for being the sponsor of Fútbol Club Barcelona in 2012. It is now one of the most prestigious airlines in the world.
3 ANA All Nippon Airways (Japan)
It is the largest airline in Japan, operating to 49 destinations from its headquarters in Tokyo, and 22 destinations worldwide. The company has a large fleet that exceeds 200 aircraft and also has one of the highest numbers of workers in terms of air transport. With its latest destinations to North America, and its new routes to Mexico and Los Angeles. It has managed to position itself as one of the most chosen and awarded companies.
4 Emirates (United Arab Emirates)
Emirates is the largest airline in the East with more than 3,000 weekly flights. With its fleet of over 220 airplanes that Airbus and Boeing alternate, it operates four of the longest routes in the world without stopovers, including the one that flies from Dubai to Los Angeles. This company has been one of the strongest airlines for a long period of time making a difference in the world of aviation with service excellence and rapid growth.
5 EVA Air (Taiwan)
Eva Air is a Taiwanese aviation company that operates in more than 40 international destinations between Asia, Australia, Europe and North America. The company is one of the benchmark aviation companies for being a pioneer in the premium economy class launched in 1991 . Eva Air was known for being the first airline of Taiwanese origin to obtain IOSA accreditation. As for the fleet, it has one of the smallest on this list with just over 70 aircraft with which it offers 77 destinations.
6 Cathay Pacific Airways (Hong Kong)
The sixth company to rank as one of the best airlines in the world is based at Hong Kong International Airport . Cathay Pacific Airlynes operates in more than 200 destinations in 52 countries between Africa, Asia, Europe, Oceania and America. The passenger and cargo company is the tenth-largest company in the world along with its airport headquarters as the one that receives the most cargo traffic, an aspect that places it directly on the list of the best airlines.
7 Lufthansa (Germany)
The last position is for a company of the European Union, of German origin based in Cologne. It is known for being the largest airline in Europe since 2009. Lufthansa operates in 221 national and international destinations throughout the world and has a fleet of more than 250 aircraft. This company has received many prestigious awards. Including the Best Airline in Europe award given by the World Airline Awards in 2010.
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