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Flying Business? Here Are The 10 Best And Worst Airlines For Business Class Travel
Flying business class is a luxury we pay extra for to enjoy more legroom, comfort, and snacks. However, some business classes are better than others.
Luggage storage company Bounce released a new study on the best and worst airlines for business class travel. The study analyzed reviews via the Business Class blog and assessed airlines based on categories such as cuisine, amenities, and seating.
Singapore Airlines came in at the number one spot with a score of 9.57 out of 10. The airlines’ food, drinks, and entertainment are rated top tier. Cabin size and amenities brought them down from a perfect 10.
Coming in at number 2 is Qatar Airways. Its ‘Qsuite’ cabins were a favorite among the researchers. The cabins have sliding doors, double beds, and the option for private rooms. Cathay Pacific came in at number three, with a score of 9 out of 10.
The worst business class value goes to Egyptair, with a score of 5.71. The airline ranked lowest in every category. Bounce shared that the flee it “out of date,” doesn’t serve alcohol and the food options are below average.
Other airlines ranked in the worst category are Air China and Panama’s Copa Airlines, with scores of 7.14 and 6.71. The airlines were ranked low because of poor customer service and lackluster entertainment options.
Here are the 10 best airlines for business flights in the world:
- Singapore Airlines (9.57)
- Qatar Airlines (9.29)
- Cathay Pacific (9.00)
- Turkish Airlines (8.86)
- Etihad Airways (8.57)
- Asiana (8.57)
- Japan Airlines (8.57)
- All Nippon Airways (ANA) (8.57)
- Air New Zealand (8.43)
- Thai Airways (8.43)
10 worst airlines for business flights in the world:
- Egyptair (5.71)
- Copa Airlines (6.71)
- Air China (7.14)
- Royal Air Maroc (7.29)
- Ethiopian Airlines (7.43)
- Iberia (7.43)
- Kenya Airways (7.43)
- American Airlines (7.57)
- LOT – Polish Airlines (8.57)
- Royal Jordinian (7.57)
Do you agree with these rankings? Which airline do you fly when in business class?