Which is your favourite airline and why?


Posted by: r23

26th Apr 2021 02:12pm

Most of us love to travel and have been patiently waiting for some normalcy so that we can travel overseas. Let us know which are your favourite airlines and why?

Comments 16

  • 4th Nov 2021 07:45pm

Singapore Air... no doubt about it.
QANTAS would be 2nd

  • 13th May 2021 09:07pm

Air New Zealand
It is super clean, the entertainment works, food is great and the service is spot on. Friendly flight attendants with striking uniforms.

  • 13th May 2021 03:15pm

for many years my wife and i have been travelling to various countries in europe. consistently singapore airlines had the best prices. their service is excellent and singapore is a good city to have a stopover and spend a little time there

  • 13th May 2021 01:39pm

Domestically I like Virgin although keen to try Rex; and international, Emirates is the one.

  • 13th May 2021 10:18am

I love to travel with Qantas

dicky a
  • 12th May 2021 08:00pm

As an Australian it is almost a country-wide policy for everyone to rubbish our National carrier, Qantas. SORRY , I do not agree. The better half and me have always found EVERY Qantas employee encountered as polite, keen and a credit to our ( read my) country. It is always a joy to be welcomed by an Aussie accent when boarding a QF flight after any length of time o/s. Their food is pretty good and wines, simply brilliant !!

  • 12th May 2021 04:44pm

I really enjoyed qatar qirlings for my long haul journey. Great service and comfortable seats. The food was great. I enjoy virgin for my domestic flights. Good prices and points system.

  • 12th May 2021 04:25pm

Qantas, has taken me on many trips with no mishaps yet. I've always been happy with the service.

no nick
  • 12th May 2021 04:24pm

Travel constantly and almost everywhere, Europe, America, Asia and Emirates is my favourite airline.Gentle crew, good prices, comfortable seat, good meals.
Qantas must be the close second ,for more or less the same reasons .Very convenient the fly points received via credit card.

  • 12th May 2021 04:21pm

Qantas is my favourite airline, never had a bother with them at all.

  • 12th May 2021 04:15pm

Virgin never ever had an issue with them and affordable ...,

  • 12th May 2021 02:45pm

Emirates, I feel safe on their planes, the hostesses are friendly , they always welcome me personally and the last time I flew with them I got upgraded to 1st class

  • 11th May 2021 10:47pm

I trust New Zealand, Virgin and Qantas airlines! I think they are the best!

  • 11th May 2021 11:27am

Emirates so far is the best. I've used various airline over the years. The worse was Singapore, where the toilets were disgusting, no one attempted to clean them at all over a very long journey. Egypt Air was pretty good. Emirates were just so wonderful. The hostesses were so elegant and polite.

  • 10th May 2021 03:13pm

When going to the UK in the past I've flown with Royal Brunei, because I was on a budget and as a dry airline, you can save some serious cash!
However, with the way they treat LGBTQI+ people, I have to say I've started to reconsider. Etihad and Emirates are therefore at the top of my list, especially when they have sales on.
Domestic I find much of a muchness. Jetstar have always been great to me, but I've heard some horror stories. Meanwhile, I've had a bad experience with Virgin but heard great stories.

  • 3rd May 2021 12:56am

I always travel with Etihad and Qatar airways. Because there is no multiple stops, it is safe and good service as well.

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