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World’s best airlines for 2018

Whether you’re glamorous jet setter who flies all the time or someone who only takes a couple of flights per year, you want to make sure you’re flying on the world’s best airlines. Yesterday, leaders of the world’s top airlines gathered at The Langham in London for the announcement of Skytrax’s World Airline Awards. This year’s iteration of the lauded customer-satisfaction survey attracted 20.36 million entries, with respondents hailing from more than 100 different countries…

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World’s Top 20 Airlines of 2018

The 2018 Skytrax World Airline Awards, also dubbed the “Oscars of the aviation industry”, was unveiled to much fanfare and surprises. HE top honor was given to Singapore Airlines (SIA), which won world’s best airline, following a global survey of over 20 million travelers. The Asian carrier successfully dethroned last year’s victor Qatar Airways, coming in tops again after its 2008 win. It also claimed other accolades including best first class, best airline in Asia,…

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Travel Tip: Shortest Scheduled Commercial Airline Flights

June 27, 2018 at 9:15 am Most of us know about–and usually complain about–long airline flights. But now it’s time to celebrate the world’s shortest scheduled commercial airline flights. So which is the shortest flight? Well, let’s check in for St. Martin to Anguilla. The flight is 12 miles in length and takes only 10 minutes. How about the Loganair flight between the Orkeny Islands in Scotland? The distance is just two miles, and it…

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WOW air Launch Low-Fare Service New York JFK to Europe

  WOW air, Iceland’s upstart low-fare transatlantic airline, will officially begin service out of New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) on April 27, 2018, giving passengers the opportunity to visit European destinations just in time for spring. Travelers still have the option to fly out of Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) as well, with a total of 20 weekly flights from both JFK and EWR. For a limited time, $99 one-way tickets will…

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Jet-setters A330’s Business Suites with Qantas

Suffering jet-lag on top of all that, while going cross-continental is no fun. Qantas A330 is one of the few airplanes providing a lie-flat bed for its passengers in a 1-2-1 layout within business class, called Business Suites. During take-off and landing, you’re allowed to stay fully reclined. There is a ‘Do Not Disturb’ function that you can activate, allowing you to snooze without interruptions after your satisfying meal. Good food on board is crucial in attaining satisfaction…

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