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2018 World Airline Awards ceremony to be held at The Langham Hotel, London

» The Langham Hotel, London is selected as the venue to celebrate the 2018 World Airline Awards
Qatar Airways was named the World's Best Airline at the 2017 World Airline Awards. Voted the Best Airline by travellers across the world in the annual passenger survey, the Doha based carrier has now won the prestigious Airline of the Year title for a fourth time. Qatar Airways enjoyed further success by winning major awards for the World's Best Business Class, the World's Best First Class Lounge and as the Best Airline in the Middle East.

Singapore Airlines, a perennial favourite in the awards, was ranked No. 2 in the world, also receiving the awards as the Best Airline in Asia, the World's Best Business Class seat and for having the Best Premium Economy Onboard Catering. Japan's ANA ranks 3rd in the world, ahead of Emirates in 4th place and Cathay Pacific Airways ranked 5th in 2017.

Referred to as the "Oscars of the aviation industry", the World Airline Awards are held in high esteem for clarity of process and independence, with no sponsorship or payment of any kind from airlines.
TOP TEN AIRLINES IN 2017
1   Qatar Airways
2   Singapore Airlines
3   ANA All Nippon Airways
4   Emirates
5   Cathay Pacific
6   EVA Air
7   Lufthansa
8   Etihad Airways
9   Hainan Airlines
10 Garuda Indonesia


A few of the 2017 winning airlines
»  Garuda Indonesia retains it's prestigious title as the World's Best Cabin Staff.
»  EVA Air has the world's cleanest airplane cabins say global travellers.
»  Thai Airways wins major award being named as the world's Best Airline Economy Class.
»  Bangkok Airways wins the World's Best Regional Airline award for the second consecutive year.
»  Lufthansa is named the Best Airline in Europe and moves higher in the global rankings.
»  Singapore Airlines business class seat is voted the world's best by customers.
Honoured at the Paris Air Show
About the World Airline Awards

The airline survey and awards process is independent and impartial, introduced by Skytrax in 1999 to provide a customer satisfaction study that was global, reflecting the international scale of the airline industry. Travellers across the globe vote in the world’s largest airline passenger satisfaction survey to decide the award winners.

All costs for the project are paid by Skytrax, and airlines do not pay any type of survey entry / registration fee, or to attend the awards event. There are no charges for airline use of the award logos and results. Airlines can invite and encourage their customers to participate in the airline survey, but no element of financial or other inducement can be offered.

Why do Skytrax continue to deliver such a project without seeking to benefit financially? This relates back to the commitment made by Skytrax at launch in 1999 that for the survey to provide meaningful results it had to remain independent and impartial, and should not have any payment or sponsorship from within the airline industry.

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