These are the world’s ‘most excellent’ airlines for 2020, according to AirlineRatings.com

TĐH: Where are Vietnam Airlines and Viet Jet? Vietnam Airline, try hard, OK? I am embarrassed by Viet Jet! Come on, world! Fly our airline, Vietnamese women have great bodies. Look at them in bikini! Better than beer ôm and coffee ôm. Think about our women’s bodies while you fly with us. You will realize that our women have greatest bodies in the world.

That is surely a good way to get money from men with hormone at the level of teenager. It embarrasses both Vietnamese women and men. And looks like the driving force behind all this is a woman too. Is she a real woman, or a sick male chauvinist in disguise? Or she is simply sick by obsession with money making? Wow, money, mony, money! Such a great driving force of human psyche!

Francesca Street, CNN • Published 25th November 2019
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(CNN) — It’s a country characterized by sandy beaches, jaw-dropping glaciers and sweeping mountain ranges — and an industry-leading airline.
Air New Zealand is Airline of the Year for 2020, according to AirlineRatings.com, the Australia-based aviation safety and product rating agency.
AirlineRatings.com says the Kiwi carrier’s record-breaking performance and inflight innovations — not to mention its safety record and staff motivation — earned it the win.
Taking back the number one slot from last year’s winner Singapore Airlines, this is Air New Zealand’s sixth time winning the travel award.
The Airline Excellence Awards cover the best of the best in the aviation world, recognizing the swankiest airline lounges, finest first class cabins and most exciting in-flight entertainment.
“In our analysis Air New Zealand came out number one in most of our audit criteria, which is an outstanding performance when it is up against carriers with more resources and scale,” says Geoffrey Thomas, editor-in-chief of AirlineRatings.com.

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Qantas won the Best Lounge award.

Qantas won the Best Lounge award.
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This past year has seen airlines striving towards ultra long-haul flights and — conversely — assessing aviation’s carbon footprint.
Thomas tells CNN Travel it was Air New Zealand’s fleet age that helped cement the airline’s eco-conscious status.
“In the past 10 years the airline has reduced its fuel burn and thus carbon emissions by almost 22%, ahead of the industry average,” he says
“The airline has been a pioneer in a number of important industry initiatives such as biofuels and more efficient flight paths as well as a host of on ground improvements such as electric vehicles.”
AirlineRatings.com’s awards are judged by seven experienced editors using international industry and government safety audits, alongside 12 key criteria including fleet age, passenger reviews, investment ratings, staff relations, product offerings and profitability.

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The experimental research flight by Qantas landed in Sydney on Friday, after flying nonstop from London, breaking two aviation records.
Qantas, currently in the middle of a series of test flights for its 19-hour stretch from London to Sydney, came in at number four on the overall ranking, but also picked up gongs for Best Domestic Airline Service and Best Lounges.
The airline didn’t win the Excellence in Long Haul travel award, though.

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Singapore Airlines was awarded for its First Class offering.
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Instead, Delta Air Lines took the top spot for the Americas, Lufthansa grabbed the gong in Europe, Emirates won in the Middle-East/Africa and Cathay Pacific Airways cinched the title in Asia-Pacific.
Last year’s Airline of the Year winner Singapore Airlines won Best First Class this year.

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Qatar Airways picked up the Best Catering and Best Business Class awards.
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“The editors said that the competition for top spot was tight with Singapore Airlines, Qantas and All Nippon Airways just being pipped at the post,” says Thomas.
As for the budget options, JetBlue won Best Low-Cost Airline in the Americas, Wizz won in Europe, Air Arabia in the Middle East and Africa and Air Asia/Air Asia X won for Asia-Pacific.

AirlineRatings.com’s top 10 airlines for 2020

1. Air New Zealand
2. Singapore Airlines
3. All Nippon Airways
4. Qantas
5. Cathay Pacific
6. Emirates
7. Virgin Atlantic
8. EVA Air
9. Qatar Airways
10. Virgin Australia

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