Fiji Airways awarded best airline in in Australia and the Pacific for second consecutive year::L

SUVA, Fiji (Xinhua): Fiji Airways has won the best airline in Australia and the Pacific for the second consecutive year at the Skytrax 2024 World Airline Awards in London, according to a statement from the company on Tuesday.

Fiji Airways was also awarded the best airline staff in Australia and Pacific for the fourth year in a row, with its global ranking in the top 100 airlines improved from 15th in 2023 to 14th in 2024, the statement said.

"Over the past year, we have invested significantly in our people, our fleet and our in-flight experience. We've expanded into new markets and most recently became the 15th member of the oneworld award-winning global alliance.

"As a result, we're now able to bring our Fijian spirit and care to more and more passengers around the world," said Andre Viljoen, Fiji Airways chief executive officer (CEO) and managing director.

Edward Plaisted, CEO of Skytrax said: "Fiji Airways reputation for product and service quality continues to improve, and this has been highly recognized by customers with these top awards."

Travellers from across the world voted in the largest airline passenger satisfaction survey to determine the award winners, with more than 21 million entries and 350 airlines featured in the final results. - Xinhua

Follow us on our official WhatsApp channel for breaking news alerts and key updates!

Next In Aseanplus News

Tiny Japanese startup is turning 'Her' AI dating into reality
Are pedal cams the answer to S. Korea’s traffic disputes over sudden acceleration?
Myanmar alliance says it agreed to 4-day ceasefire with military in Shan state
Tubing at Pai province too hot to handle with drunk tourists, laments resort
Keeping up with the Kardashians in India for billionaire wedding gala
‘Our home feels like a bun steamer’
Army copter missing after training accident
Kim goes ballistic over shoddy supervision
Landslides leave at least 11 dead
Number of babies born in 2023 fell to lowest in at least 50 years

Others Also Read