Best Airlines In The World : 2021 Annual Global Airline Ratings Of The 7 Best

All Nippon’s First Class
Asiana Airlines First Class
Korean Air’s First Class
Qatar’s First Class, credit PointsfromthePacific

Best Airlines In The World : 2021 Annual Global Airline Ratings Of The 7 Best : Our ratings consist of 2 independent segments that make up the overall result.



1. Safety.
2. Quality of service.
3. The final overall rating.

1. Assessment of safety:

In principle, AviRate uses international industrial standards, which are prescribed and defined by the ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) and are valid worldwide. In addition, there are other criteria such as the existence of any (over) flight bans, other internationally recognized certificates, accident statistics, fleet and other data. The evaluation of the mentioned data takes place according to an evaluation key specially developed by us with which the final result is then calculated.

Singapore Airlines B777-200ER Business Class, credit the MileLion

2. Assessment of the service quality:

Moreover, we determine these ratings on the basis of extensive factors, including punctuality, equipment and condition of the cabin, appearance and friendliness of the crew, type and scope of the services and products offered. Furthermore, accessibility and efficiency of customer care and many more. In addition, the final result, we calculate using an evaluation key.

3. The overall rating:

In conclusion, the respective final results from both segments result in the final rating of 1-5 stars. In addition, our auditors have no influence on the evaluations, the data collection or the final result, as our extensive checklists are standardized and the evaluations are automated with a program developed by us. Lastly, above all, this serves to maintain 100% neutrality and to follow our motto:
“Honest ratings, for honest airlines”.

To Learn more about: AviRate International

Best Airlines In The World : 2021 Annual Global Airline Ratings Of The 7 Best

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