Best Airlines in the World in 2017
Air New Zealand get the best airline award for the fourth time
Air New Zealand
The best airlines in the world, so the news in the tourist sites that I read a few days, even becoming popular articles there. My friend even so excited to upload to social media sites.
I always remember that, no matter how many times the articles I collated to show some airlines winning or being the best in many categories. I've even forgotten how many articles are present on the site's blog about this.
Well, now I see articles that are similar and show a different year, best airlines for years to come, and there appears to be curiosity of most readers who frequently travel by plane.
Citing the travel sites, KompasTravel about the Airline of the Year or the best airline for the 2017 version of the site Airlineratings.com, an award based on the track record of financial performance, innovation factors flight safety procedures, environmental leadership and motivation of the staff of the airline.
Furthermore, that a team of observers from Airlines Rating also incorporates four international industry and government audits with nine other key criteria which include the age of the fleet, review ratings from passengers, profitability, investment ratings and the main product offering.
The opinion of the Airlineratings Chief Editor, Geoffrey Thomas, "In our objective analysis, Air New Zealand came out number one in almost all the criteria of our audit, which showed outstanding performance."
Air New Zealand has commitments as a new airlines and focusing on the world of aviation and the airline even won the Best Premium Economy Class for the third time.
We can see the list of 10 best airlines in the world in 2017 by airlineratings.com version.
1. Air New Zealand
3. Singapore Airlines
4. Cathay Pacific
5. Virgin Atlantic/Virgin Australia
6. British Airways
7. Etihad Airways
8. All Nippon Airways
9. Eva Air
The best airline ultimately depends on some important factors, efficient and updated aircraft, the appeal of the international service, improve the passenger experience by increasing the in-flight entertainment, and renewal programs in the lounge. Such a response from Air New Zealand CEO, Christopher Luxon.
Source: W Adityo Prodjo - KompasTravel, Airlines Rating
Image: Air New Zealand