THE BEST airlines in the world have been revealed – although Brits might not be surprised that none from the UK made the list.
Research carried out by luggage storage company Bounce analysed 62 of the biggest airlines in the world, using data from OAG.com and rating via Skytrax.
It isn’t good news for Brits as no UK airlines made the top 10 list.
Singapore Airlines took the top spot, scoring highly for meals, in-flight entertainment, as well as seat comfort and staff service.
It offers some of the most domestic checked luggage, up to 30kg, along with airlines such as Qatar Airways (30kg) and Ethiopian Airlines (32kg)
They were also rated highly for their international luggage allowance (30kg) was only beaten by All Nippon, who took second place overall, and Ethiopian Airlines.
Also in the top 10 was Finnair, Emirates and Qatar Airways.
However, the worst airlines were also revealed, with Ryanair being the only UK airline to make the bottom ten.
It was ranked poorly due to its lack of inflight entertainment as well as its lack of any free baggage included.
It didn’t rank too poorly for staff service, being given 3 out of 5, but ultimately came in ninth place.
However, its no-frills model can be fairly attributed to its low fares as well, which start from as little as Â£7.99 each way.
The worst airlines also included Lion Air, Wins Air and flydubai, while Wizz Air was also ranked in the worst top 10.
Bounce said in a statement: “Your choice of an airline can have a significant impact on your overall flight experience.
“Thatâs why we have revealed the best and worst international and domestic airlines.”
Another study ranked the best low-cost airlines in the world, and three from the UK made the list.
Ryanair,Â easyJet and Jet2 were named among the best budget carriers.
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