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PAL breaks into world’s top 50 airlines

 

Singapore Airlines is the best airline in this planet this year, edging out 2017 winner Qatar Airlines, according to leading consumer aviation website Skytrax.

Bilyonaryo Lucio Tan’s Philippine Airlines cracked the top 50, ranking 49th or 18 notches higher than its position the previous year.

Singapore Airlines also bagged the World’s Best First Class, Best Airline in Asia and Best First Class Airline seat.

The Skytrax rankings are based on the impressions of 20.36 million travelers from more than 100 different countries. The survey, which covered more than 335 airlines, measured 49 parameters ranging from boarding procedures to seat comfort to the quality of service.

Here’s the complete list of the 50 best airlines in the world, according to Skytrax:

1. Singapore Airlines

2. Qatar Airways

3. ANA/All Nippon

4. Emirates

5. EVA Air

6. . Cathay Pacific

7. Lufthansa

8. Hainan Airlines

9. Garuda Indonesia

10. Thai Airways

11. Qantas Airways

12. Swiss International Air Lines

13. Japan Airlines/JAL (No. 16)

14. China Southern Airlines (No. 23)

15. Etihad Airways (No. 8)

16. Austrian Airlines (No. 17)

17. Air New Zealand (No. 19)

18. Turkish Airlines (No. 12)

19. KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (No. 22)

20. Hong Kong Airlines (No. 24)

21. Bangkok Airways (No. 21)

22. Virgin Australia (No. 13)

23. Aeroflot (No. 30)

24. Asiana Airlines (No. 20)

25. Air France (No. 18)

26. Cathay Dragon

27. Finnair

28. AirAsia

29. Virgin Atlantic

30. Air Canada

31. British Airways

32. Norwegian

33. Korean Air

34. Malaysia Airlines

35. China Airlines

36. Aer Lingus

37. Delta Air Lines

38. Alaska Airlines

39. Aegean Airlines

40. Ethiopian Airlines

41. Iberia

42. JetBlue Airways

43. EasyJet

44. Oman Air

45. South African Airways

46. Jetstar Airways

47. AirAsia X

48. Air Astana

49. Philippine Airlines

50. Vietnam Airlines

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