World's Best Airlines
On average it is estimated that 2 to 3 million people fly the friendly skies per day. These numbers are higher then people taking a cruise yearly. With that many lives on board an airline, safety is plays a key role at getting others to their final destination. If you are looking for product and service quality, staff service, regional or low cost air-fare the Airlines that took home the awards for 2011 may be quite surprising to you.
Over 18 million airline passengers voted from over 100 Countries, including the United States of America and the United Kingdom. There were a couple of runner-ups that took home the prestigious 'World Airline Awards' for North America.
Coming in 3rd was Frontier Airlines, based out of Indianapolis, Indiana. Flying throughout the United States, Costa Rica and Mexico they fly to 83 destinations daily. Not as large as many of our Airlines they made the 'A' list for low cost airfare and quality service.
2nd place was WestJet a Canadian based airline that flies to over 71 destinations in Canada, the United States, the Caribbean and Mexico. It is the second largest passenger carrier in Canada.
Looking for an Airline who provides high-quality air service and low air fares? Our number one Airline in the United States that provides impeccable service traveling from the East to West coasts or to long-haul destinations is Virgin America. Operating of of San Francisco they came in at number 1.
World's Best Airline 2011
With so many Airlines both Domestic and Internationally the Airline that took the coveted title as "The World's Best" Airline was none other then Qatar Airlines. Singapore Airlines along with Asiana Airlines to a nice second and third place. Cathay Pacific Airways retained their fourth place position once again in 2011. Following closely behind were Thai Airways International, Ethiad Airways, Air New Zealand, Quantas Airways, Turkish Airlines and Emirates Air.
Looking for Superb Staff Service in North America? Jet Blue Airways came in 3rd place, West Jet came in 2nd and none other then Virgin America took home another prestigious award! With domestic carriers that have been around for years, one would believe that they would take direction on how to treat there air passengers from these top three air carriers.
International passengers traveling from North America to other parts of the World that fly with Delta Airlines, Continental Airlines or Air Canada should be pleased that their Airline was named " Best International Airline in North America."
In 2008 Delta merged with Northwest Airlines to create the World's largest passenger service in the skies. In October 2010 Continental was purchased by United Airlines and they are currently working on forming the name as United Airlines. Servicing over 32 million passengers a year Air Canada along with Jazz fly to over 170 destinations across five continents. Air Canada is also the founder of Star Alliance which is the World's most comprehensive air transportation network.
If you are looking for an Airline that provides comfort, service, meals, cabin staff, luxury or any other amenity you may need. Do your homework, see who made the "A" list before you travel to your final destination.
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