The world’s best airlines

Booking a vacation can sometimes be tough enough without the worry of who to use to travel. How can flights cost so many different prices and offer up so many variations? If you want to find a way to travel in tried and tested style then look no further; the world’s best airlines are sure to help make the decision that bit easier.

Singapore Airlines

If you’re looking for the best of the best, then look no further as Singapore Airlines was named as the top airline in the word for 2018. So what is it that makes them so great? They have fewer seats per plane meaning more room for the passengers, as well as having a crew that goes through the longest training period (four months) of any airline staff, meals that have been specially prepared by a chef, and more than 1,000 hours of entertainment to watch as you jet across the world.


We don’t always have to pay through the nose for an award-winning service, and AirAsia is here to prove why: the airline was voted as the top budget airline for 208, and with good reason. The company offers up deals like no others as they cut all costs to make traveling much more affordable to the masses. Sure, you might not get a luxurious hand massage every ten minutes into your journey, but people flying with AirAsia can add on as many or as little additions as they like until they are left with a perfectly priced ticket.

Qatar Airways

This airline has been voted as one of the best in the world for many years and took home second place at the 2018 awards. So what makes Qatar Airlines so special? As well as serving every continent in the world, they also provide the world’s longest direct flight, and have helped save a species from the brink of extinction. Qatar Airways have a purple Oryx as their animal on the fin of their planes, and since the company has launched, they have been reintroduced into the wild and are now only considered as vulnerable.


Believe it or not, but this airline has been the winner of the airline of the year award many times in the past. Although Emirates might have lost its title in 2018, it seems as though it hasn’t forgotten its luxuries. In fact, some first-class passengers are greeted with showers in their onboard suites. As if that wasn’t enough. The airline has a cabin crew from more than 150 countries around the world meaning there are between 9 and 18 languages spoken on every flight.

Whether you have big bucks to spend or want to find a way to cut the cost of traveling, it can be hard to ignore the facts. The world’s best airlines have spent years perfecting their services and finding ways to stand out from the crowd, but could it all be worth the money? The chance to slip into a comfy robe and steer clear of screaming children says “yes” to us.

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