As in 2011, 2012, 2015, 2017, 2019 and 2021, Qatar Airways dominates for the seventh time the ranking of the best companies in the world unveiled by Skytrax in its now well-known “World Airline Awards”. But the consultation body also highlighted low-cost companies, reports Air Journal, increasingly popular with travellers. In this little game, it is the Malaysian airline Air Asia which dominates the ranking ahead of Scoot (Singapore), Southwest Airlines (United States), Ryanair (Ireland) and Indigo (India). The first European, Vueling (Spain), ranks 6th, ahead of EasyJet (Great Britain) 7th.
This is followed by Jet2.com, Jetstar Airways, Flynas, Peach, Eurowings, airBaltic, Jetstar Asia and Air Arabia. But what is also interesting is the ranking of low-cost long-haul companies. Scoot, who is second in the overall standings, is in the lead this time and confirms his rank. The Singaporean company is ahead of Jetstar Airways (Australia), Air Canada rouge (subsidiary of Air Canada), LEVEL (Spain) and Air Asia X (Malaysia). In this ranking, the Frenchman French Bee pulls out of the game and ranks seventh.
Here is the ranking of the best airlines in the world, Air France well placed
Ryanair domine en Europe
If we focus on each continent, FlySafair (South Africa) dominates in Africa, AirAsia in Asia, and Ryanair in Europe. The Irish company is ahead of Vueling, EasyJet, Jet2.com, Eurowings, airBaltic, Norwegian, Wizz Air, LEVEL and Pegasus Airlines. In the general classification dominated by Qatar Airways, Air France managed to climb to 8th place, ahead of Korean Air and SwissAir. This place makes the French company the second European, behind Turkish Airlines. Singapore Airlines ranks 2nd, ahead of Emirates, ANA (ALL Nippon Airways), Qantas and Japan Airlines. Air France has also climbed into the top 10 of the “best first class airlines in the world 2022” (4th) in particular ahead of Qatar Airways.
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