Which is Europe’s best airline?
For the fourth year in a row Lufthansa has been voted Europe’s leading Airline at the World Travel Awards.
Lufthansa has been named Europe’s leading airline for the 7th time. It’s also the 4th year in a row that Germany’s flagship airline has taken the award at the World Travel Awards Europe, which this year took place in Athens.
One of the features that sets Lufthansa apart from its rivals is the fact that the airline boasts the largest internet-enabled, long-haul fleet in the world, with 91 percent of its long-haul planes outfitted with wifi.
Lufthansa was also named Best Western European Airline and Best Transatlantic Airline at the World Airline Awards last month in London.
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For the World Travel Awards, 230,000 votes were cast by travel and hospitality professionals around the world.
Other major winners in the airline category include British Airways, which took the title of Europe’s leading airline to Asia; Virgin Atlantic Airways in the category of Europe’s leading airline to North America; and easyJet, for Europe’s leading low-cost carrier.
The continent’s leading airport, meanwhile, is the Zurich Airport in Switzerland.