The world’s Top 10 Airlines of 2016 were recently announced by Skytrax World Airline Awards, and when you go through the list it has Middle East stamp everywhere. Known as the Oscars of airline awards, Skytrax list has 5 airlines from the Middle East in the top. The top 10 list goes as follows: Emirates, Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific Airways, ANA All Nippon Airways, Etihad Airways, Turkish Airlines, EVA Air, Qantas, & Lufthansa Airlines.
What makes Middle East airlines so special? Why travelers vouch for their services? We have tried to answer these and have done a deep research in finding the real factors that make Middle East airlines the best.
Yes, the tax policy of Middle East is much flexible than other parts of the world. This is the reason why most airlines have significant profit margins and thus are able to pass on more benefits to end users or the passengers.
The Middle East is known for its hospitality and kindness and the same is conveyed through the airlines from this part of the world. Most of the airlines of Middle East start their services from the airport itself. They have provisions for luxurious airport lounges that have modern amenities amid a traditional setting. The food, in-flight entertainment, cabin crew assistance, and the seats all spell class and comfortable just like the warmth of Middle East culture.
Modern Aircraft Fleet
Most of the Middle East airlines are comparatively new when compared to American or European airlines. They have a modern fleet with latest Airbus and Boeing aircrafts thus having fewer glitches and requiring less maintenance. The airlines customize them keeping in lieu the requirement of passengers.
Also not to forget, the Airbus and Boeing aircrafts of today are built environment-friendly with less fuel consumption mechanism.
On time Flights
On time performance of both inbound and outbound flights may seem like small criteria but it’s a major factor in airline profits because more the time spent in an airport more is the budget spent. By following stringent time, Middle East airline save a lot and also at the same time up their customer delight quotient by few notches.
Last but not least, most of the Middle East airlines are backed by their respective government, thus having a good backbone to lean on.
Rehlat means “Travel” in Arabic. It is the fastest growing travel company in the Middle East. It is present in Kuwait through Rehlat.com, in the UAE through Rehlat.ae, and in Saudi Arabia through Rehlat.com.sa.