Garuda Indonesia awarded 'World's Best Cabin Crew' for Fourth Consecutive Year

Azul Brazilian Airlines has been elected by SkyTrax as the best low-priced airline in South America for the seventh consecutive year.

Aycı stated: "Being deemed worthy of these awards is a hallmark of our outstanding effort that we show in all spheres of aviation and the steady growth that we perform in this direction". Qatar Airways was named "Airline of the Year" by Skytrax this year.

But there is a new No. 1 in the world, as rated by the World Airline Awards that were announced at the Paris Air Show today.

AirAsia X Chairman Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz accepted the awards for AirAsia X. "Our network is strong enough to cover 200 destinations around the world", Smith said. Our dedication to continuously giving you the highest level of service has brought us to win the World's Best Cabin Crew now four years in a row.

Qantas Airways came in at number 15, dropping from 9th place in 2016, while Air New Zealand dropped two places to number 19. "To put it into perspective, Brazil won the FIFA World Cup five times, Michael Jordan was National Basketball Association champion six times and Michael Phelps holds the record for most first place finishes at a single Olympics with eight gold medals", said AirAsia Group chief executive officer Tan Sri Tony Fernandes.

"We take the world champion title seriously and we will strive to continue to improve for both our guests and shareholders". The prize for best first-class cabin went to Qatar rival Etihad Airways PJSC, which has decked out its A380 superjumbos with private suites that feature Savoy-hotel trained butlers on standby. "Through our distinctive service concept, the "Garuda Indonesia Experience", which highlights Indonesia's warm hospitality and rich diverse culture, and combined with platform enhancement in digital services, we are optimistic that Garuda Indonesia will be even more developed in the future", said Pahala.

Check out the top 10 airlines in the world below. "That, I think, gives us an edge". The survey measured passenger satisfaction across a wide range of performance indicators of airline front-line product and service, including check-in, boarding, onboard seat comfort, cabin cleanliness, food, beverages, in-flight entertainment and staff service.

  • Zachary Reyes