Top 10 Airlines for 2015

Are you curious to know what companies made it to the Top 10 airlines for 2015? After considering a lot of factors including a 7-star safety rating along with showcasing leadership in innovation for passenger comfort, has revealed its Top Ten airlines for 2015.

Leading the list of the top airline companies in the world is Air New Zealand. This airline company was also awarded as the Best Premium Economy Class by The site’s Editor-in-Chief, Geoffrey Thomas, says that “Air New Zealand is an airline of first choice. And given the airline’s location and the country’s size its performance is even more remarkable”.

After 2 years of careful evaluation, has developed a one-of-a-kind 7-star rating system, which has been endorsed by the International Civil Aviation Organization.

Over a 4-month period, consistent level of service, innovation and staff engagement are among the factors that are keenly observed from different airline companies worldwide. “We are looking for leaders in the industry, airlines that go the extra distance to make a real difference to the passenger experience,” said Geoffrey Thomas Editor-in-Chief.

Here’s the complete list of the Top 10 Airlines in 2015

  1. Air New Zealand
  2. Etihad Airways
  3. Cathay Pacific
  4. Qantas
  5. Emirates
  6. Singapore Airlines
  7. Eva Air
  8. Lufthansa
  9. All Nippon Airways
  10. British Airways


Ohe other awards given are as follows:

Airline of the Year –  Air New Zealand
Best First Class – Etihad Airways
Best Business Class – Cathay Pacific
Best Premium Economy – Air New Zealand
Best Economy – Thai Airways
Best Lounges – Qantas
Best Catering – Qantas
Best In-Flight Entertainment – Emirates
Best Domestic Service – Qantas
Best New World Carrier – Virgin Australia
Best Cabin Crew – Virgin Australia
Best Long Haul Airline – Etihad (Middle East/Africa), Eva Air (Asia/Pacific), Lufthansa (Europe) and Lan Chile (The Americas)
Best Low Cost Airline –  jetBlue (The Americas), Scoot (Asia/Pacific), Kulula (Middle-East/Africa) and Norwegian (Europe)