Singapore and Qantas revealed as best airlines in world
The world's best airlines have been ranked thanks to the editors at AirlineRatings.com.
They judged the inflight offering for first, business, premium economy and economy classes.
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Singapore Airlines topped the list for their incredibly luxurious first class cabins. Personal, cocoon style pods, lobster dinners and a welcome drink of Don Perignon can all be expected when you travel first class with Singapore.
Emirates came second on the list and that must be in part thanks to the fact that their first class cabins have showers!
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The top ten first class cabins also included, All Nippon Airways, Etihad, Japan Airlines, Korean Air, Lufthansa, Qantas, Swiss and Thai.
If you're flying business class, it doesn't get cosier than Australian airline, Qantas, where flight attendants will perform a full turn-down service for your skybed.
Other airlines making the top ten for business class are: Air France, Air New Zealand, All Nippon Airways, Cathay Pacific, Etihad, Japan Airlines, Qatar, Singapore Airlines and Virgin Australia/Atlantic.
Since the business class product is so good, many airlines are actually thinking about doing away with first class altogether.
Premium economy means blankets, amenity kits and a food and drink service that isn't dissimilar to what you can expect in business class.
Long haul flight can be a nightmare, if it's not comfortable or you don't have enough space to relax in it's likely you wont be in the best mood when you arrive at your destination.
The best economy class cabins for long haul flights have been named as: Air New Zealand, Cathay Pacific, Etihad, EVA Air, Japan Airlines, Korean Air, Qantas, Qatar, Singapore Airlines and Thai Airways.
Singapore Airlines and Qantas made their way into the top ten list in every category but out of the 450 carriers, not one American airline made the top ten.
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