Traveler's Choice: Best Airlines in Asia 2018

Traveler's Choice: Best Airlines in Asia 2018

TripAdvisor®, the travel planning and booking site announced the winners of its Travelers' Choice® awards for airlines, identifying travelers' favorite carriers around the globe. In Asia, Singapore Airlines was named the number one airline in the world, followed by Japan's ANA. Several other Southeast Asian airlines are listed among the best.

Award winners were determined using an algorithm that took into account the quantity and quality of airline reviews and ratings submitted by travelers worldwide, over a 12-month period on TripAdvisor Flights.

Keterangan Gambar (© Pemilik Gambar)

“The Travellers’ Choice awards for airlines recognise the carriers that exceed passenger expectations and receive top marks from travellers,” says Bryan Saltzburg, senior vice president and general manager for TripAdvisor Flights.

Here's the list:

Major Airlines - Winners
Singapore Airlines | Star Alliance
Singapore Airlines | Star Alliance

Singapore Airlines - Best Major Airline - Singapore

ANA (All Nippon Airways) - Japan

Asiana Airlines - South Korea

Cathay Pacific - Hongkong

China Airlines - Taiwan

EVA Air - Taiwan

Garuda Indonesia - Indonesia

Japan Airlines (JAL) - Japan

Korean Air - South Korea

Thai Airways - Thailand

Vietnam Airlines

Regional Airlines - Winners
Vistara |
Vistara |

Vistara - Best Regional Airline - India

Air Astana - Kazakhtan

Bangkok Airways - Thailand

Royal Brunei Airlines - Brunei Darussalam

SilkAir - Singapore

THAI Smile Airways - Thailand


Low Cost Airlines - Winners
Indigo |
Indigo |

IndiGo - Best Low Cost Airline - India

Citilink - Indonesia



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