Best Airlines 2015
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There are countless airlines operating thousands of flights every single day, and it’s often a case of finding the cheapest and booking it to save money. Despite that, there are obviously some airlines that are better than others, and the largest ones in the world offer the best facilities and level of service. There are awards of this kind of thing, as you would expect, which sorts out the wheat from the chaff.
If you’re wanting the best service then look no further than these five airlines.
This huge and famous airline was founded in 1946, and has won the accolade of Best Airline four times, which is more than any other airline. The flag carrier of Hong Kong has its main hub at Hong Kong Airport, and includes scheduled passenger and cargo services to around 168 destinations, and 42 countries. With its subsidiaries it flies to Australia, Japan, Saudi, Arabia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Canada, South Africa, Taiwan, Thailand, Korea, UK, USA … the list goes on.
The flag carrier of Qatar has its headquarters in Doha, and flies to over 125 international destinations, spanning Africa, Asia, Europe, the far East, North America, South America and Oceania. Qatar Airways became a member of the Oneworld Alliance in 2013, and has a fleet of more than 100 aircraft.
Singapore Airlines is a five star airline, and the flag carrier of Singapore. With its hub at Changi Airport, the airline flies to countless destinations in Southeast Asia, East Asia, South Asia and Australia. Singapore Airlines is also the proud owner of the world’s largest passenger aircraft, the Airbus A380.
Everyone has heard of Emirates, and with its hub at Dubai International Airport, the airline flies to 142 destinations with a fleet of 227 aircraft. Emirates is the largest airline in the Middle East and operates around 3400 flights per week, across 78 countries and 6 continents.
The official flag carrier of Turkey has its hub at the huge Istanbul Ataturk Airport, with a secondary hub at Sabiha Gokcen International Airport. Founded back in 1933, Turkish Airlines are a member of the Star Alliance network, with a fleet of 263 aircraft, spanning 259 destinations. By number of destinations, Turkish Airlines are the fourth largest carrier in the world.
Flights with any of these airlines will guarantee quality of service, so the next time you see one flash up on your flight search, certainly put it in your consideration list.