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Some travelers see boarding a plane as an essential part of their travel experience, while for others it’s just a way to get from A to B.
Unless you suffer from a fear of flying, taking to the skies should be a fun and exciting adventure. And the better the quality of the airline you choose, the more likely you are to have a pleasant flight experience.
But which airlines should you choose?
AirlineRatings.com has published its annual list of the best airlines in the world.
The Airline Excellence Awards are judged by five editors with more than 180 years of combined experience in the travel industry.
12 key factors are taken into account when evaluating the quality of an airline. These include the age of your fleet, passenger review scores, range of product offerings, and staff relationships.
Air New Zealand was voted the best airline for 2023 in the rankings, thanks to its « commitment to excellence in all facets of its business », but it wasn’t the only airline to garner attention for all the right reasons, including a few. which are closer to home.
Here are 5 American airlines that ranked among the best in the world:
Delta Airlines received the ‘Excellence in Long Haul Travel’ award for its North American routes. They were also rated as one of the top 25 premium airlines in the world.
Delta Airlines is America’s most awarded airline and is regularly recognized for its commitment to excellence in areas such as fleet quality, passenger experience and customer service.
Southwest may not always have the best anecdotal reviews from its passengers, earning only a 1.8 score on Trustpilot.
But despite this, it was awarded the prize for the Best Low Cost Airline of the Americas.
If you’re looking for an airline that will get you safely from A to B at a low cost, AirlineRatings.com believes that Southwest Airlines is the best airline to choose.
United Airlines was listed as one of the 25 best airlines in the world for 2023.
The criteria for inclusion on this list were that airlines must achieve a seven-star safety rating and demonstrate leadership in innovation for passenger comfort.
United excelled in both categories, securing its place as a highly regarded airline whose name is recognized around the world.
JetBlue is another entrant to the World’s 25 Best Airlines for 2023 list, combining excellence with affordability.
According to awards panel editor-in-chief Geoffrey Thomas, “We focus on leadership and airlines that innovate to make a real difference to the passenger experience.”
Although they did not win an award for their highly regarded regional offerings, Hawaiian Air was listed as one of the Top 25 Airlines in the World for 2023.
There were more US airlines on this list than any other nation – a testament to the commitment to safety and the customer experience across all US airlines.
Other Airline Excellence Award Winners
Other notable winners of the Airline Excellence Awards include:
- Singapore Airlines, which won the award for the best first class offer.
- Qatar Airlines won Best Business Class for the fourth consecutive year, as well as Best Catering.
- The airline with the Best Cabin Crew was Virgin Australia/Virgin Atlantic.
- The best regional airline was Air Baltic.
- Emirates was recognized with two awards: Best Premium Tourist and Best Inflight Entertainment.
- Vietjet was also recognized with two awards: Best Ultra Low Cost Airline and Best Low Cost Airline Inflight Hospitality.
As already mentioned, Air New Zealand was voted the World’s Best Airline for 2023. It was ranked number 1 for the quality of its passenger service, the speed of its recovery from the pandemic and, not least, for the incredible innovations it has introduced with beds for those in economy class seats.
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