The airline reviews and ranking site Skytrax reveals the best first-class airlines for the year 2019. Singapore Airlines tops the list as the world’s best first-class airline by customers for a second year.
The airline’s extra-wide seats with private space and mood lighting along with meals created by notable chefs that assures the customers ultra-luxury and landed them the spot for the best first-class airlines in the world.
Lufthansa, the largest German airlines earned the 2nd spot in the list. The airline provides first-class passengers’ services such as chauffeured limousines, valet parking and personal assistants at the airport to assist with tiresome check-in procedures. Onboard the passengers can relax in their personal space and experience excellent comfort.
While Air France got the third place as the best first-class airline, their intimate La Première cabins of the first-class give passengers services in four private suites. The cuisines are sophisticated, on flights departing from Paris, menus feature signature dishes created in homage to Joël Robuchon.
Etihad Airways was awarded the fourth-best first-class airlines offers intimate space for relaxing inspired by boutique hotels.
Though Qatar Airways was awarded fifth in best first-class airlines, they were recently awarded the worlds best airline for the fifth time. The award-winning cabin crew serves the passengers in private sanctuary kitted out with designer sleepsuits, Frette linen and ultra-comfortable lie-flat beds.
Emirates offers onboard shower/spa and stylish lounge bars on A380 first-class cabins offer utter luxury. They are described as being as close as it comes to having a private jet and are awarded as the sixth-best first-class airline of 2019.
The seventh-best first-class airline in the world, ANA All Nippon Airways gives travellers entertainment in luxury with 32-inch widescreen monitors and extra generous storage space along with the best comfort and privacy within ANA’s self-contained square shell seats.
Swiss International Air Lines won the eighth place on the list with their exclusive offerings that include Zimmerli pyjamas and La Prairie products packed in a Bally bag. Free internet access is also a first-class perk for passengers.
Qantas Airways, the ninth-best first-class airlines provides a spa treatment before take-off, seasonal menus by Neil Perry and a First Suite complete with Sheridan linen and a bedding-down service to relax.
Oman Air landed the tenth place on the list. With just six seats in the first-class cabin, guests get to enjoy ultimate exclusivity complemented by inflight premium dining and inflight connectivity.