Best airlines in the world (2023) – By Black Platinum Gold
Outstanding companies on the podium
Qatar Airways took first place “due to its cabin innovation, passenger service and its commitment to continue operating even during the pandemic.”
Qatar Airways Company Q.C.S.C., or more simply Qatar Airways, is the national airline of Qatar. It operates mainly from Doha International Airport, where it has its headquarters, inside the Qatar Airways Tower.
Then there is Air New Zealand, which took second place because of its constant innovation.
Finally, in third place is Etihad Airways, which won the inaugural Best Environmental Airlines award for its leadership in the 787 Greenliner program.
The Telegraph’s analysis of Qatar Airways’ win is detailed. “The website is very easy to use and you can keep your flights on standby for 72 hours, unlike British Airways’ site,” reads an article.
Not to mention reduced time for check-in and security procedures, star-studded catering, “in restaurants you can enjoy Laurent Perrier champagne and Chilean sea bass,” complimentary newspapers and magazines, and even a private arrivals wing so you can leave the airport in minutes.
The Telegraph reports that the Qatari airline will also open a new lounge with a spa, gym and business center for all passengers, squash court and swimming pool. “Wherever you sit on a Qatari jet, the TV is huge, there is fast Wi-Fi and the food and wine is good even at 39,000 feet above the ground.”
In fourth place is Korean Air, followed by Singapore Airlines, awarded Best First Class and Best Lounges, and Qantas. They are followed by: Virgin Australia (Best Cabin Crew award), EVA Air, Turkish Airlines (Best Airline in Europe), All Nippon Airways, Cathay Pacific Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Japan Air Lines, JetBlue, Finnair, Emirates, Hawaiian, Air France/KLM, Alaska Airlines and British Airways.
What are the top 20 airlines in the world:
Qatar Airways, Air New Zealand, Etihad Airways, Korean Air, Singapore Airlines, Qantas, Virgin, Australia EVA Air, Turkish Airlines, All Nippon Airways, Cathay Pacific Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Japan Air Lines, JetBlue, Finnair, Emirates, Hawaiian, Air France/KLM, Alaska Airlines, British Airways