Condé Nast rates Aer Lingus 18th among top 20 airlines in the world

  • Readers’ Choice Awards 2018
  • Aer Lingus rated 18 in top twenty
  • Results heavily biased towards airlines favoured by US visitors.

Pilar Guzmán editor in chief of Condé Nast Traveler

Condé Nast Traveller has ranked Aer Lingus 18th among top 20 airlines in the world.

The results were voted by 429,000 print and on line readers of Condé Nast Traveller who chose lists in categories such as the world’s best island (Santorini, Greece), best cruise line (Crystal for more than 500 passengers and Seaburn for fewer than 500), top hotel in the world (La Mamounia, Marrakech, Morocco) and Europe (Baur au Lac Zurich, Switzerland). Adare and Doonbeg were listed 4th and 10th in Europe’s top ten resorts.

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Conde Nast said: Although it is now part of the giant British Airways-Iberia group, IAG, Aer Lingus—the smallest of the three full-service lines—has a distinctly more boutique feel. With its affordable fares and the growing popularity of Dublin as a destination, the airline’s U.S. presence continues to expand, with up to 16 daily flights across the pond during peak season; Philadelphia and Minneapolis are the latest U.S. additions to its route map. Also popular with American travellers is the Customs pre-clearance program at Dublin and Shannon, which lets returning fliers clear formalities and arrive stateside as if they were traveling domestically. Add on a recent upgrade of its business class, which now features fully flat beds, and it’s little wonder this airline has become a hit with road warriors and leisure travellers alike. See here.

Top airlines in the world

  1. Singapore
  2. Emirates
  3. Qatar
  4. Air New Zealand
  5. Aegean Airlines
  6. Etihad
  7. Korean Air
  8. Virgin Atlantic
  9. Cathay Pacific
  10. Lufthansa
  11. Turkish
  12. EVA Air
  13. Swiss
  14. Qantas
  15. KLM
  16. SAS Scandinavian
  17. Air France
  18. Aer Lingus
  19. British Airways
  20. Icelandair.
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