Türkiye’s national airline has won three awards including Best Airline in Europe, according to a survey that included responses from more than 14 million online customers.
Turkish Airlines was named the best airline in Europe at the World Airline Awards organized by air transport rating agency Skytrax.
Türkiye’s national airline, which flies to more countries than any other, won the highly competitive title of Best Airline in Europe on Friday.
The winner was selected following a survey that included responses from more than 14 million online customers from over 100 nationalities between September 2021 and August 2022.
Turkish Airlines also won two other major awards at the ceremony: World’s Best Business Class Catering and Best Airline in Southern Europe.
At the awards ceremony, Qatar Airways was named the world’s best airline for the seventh time, winning the prestigious title of Airline of the Year 2022.
Singapore Airlines was the second best airline in the world, Emirates third, Japan’s All Nippon Airways fourth and Australia’s Qantas Airways fifth.
Turkish Airlines was ranked the seventh best airline in the world from more than 350 airlines included in the survey results.
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We have been recognized as “Best Airline in Europe”, “World’s Best Business Class Catering” and “Best Airline in Southern Europe” by the renowned aviation rating agency @skytrax_de.
— Turkish Airlines (@TurkishAirlines) September 23, 2022
Ahmet Bolat, Chairman of the Board and Executive Committee of Turkish Airlines, said: “With our privileged service approach that differentiates us from our competitors, we continue to take decisive steps toward our goal of building the Turkish Airlines brand into the best in the world draw on the unmatched service we offer.”
Edward Plaisted, CEO of Skytrax, said: “We congratulate Turkish Airlines on their success in the World Airline Awards and winning the award for Best Airline in Europe is a fabulous achievement in one of the most competitive markets.”
Established in 1933, Turkish Airlines operates a fleet of 389 aircraft (passenger and cargo) serving 340 destinations worldwide – 287 international and 53 domestic – in 129 countries.
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