Singapore Airlines was awarded for the “Best Asian Airline”

Best Asian AirlineSingapore Airlines was awarded for the “Best Asian Airline” in Russia and CIS countries by the version of Business Traveler. The awarding ceremony was held in Moscow on November 15. Singapore Airlines has already been awarded this award in 2016.

The Business Traveler Awards are annually given for outstanding achievements and innovations in the field of business tourism. In 2017, were presented 38 nominations in 6 directions: “Airlines”, “Airports”, “Destinations – Business Traveler’s Choice”, “Hotels”, “Arsenal”, “Auto and Rental Services”. The winners in each nomination were determined by the readers of Business Traveler magazine. Voting took place under the control of an independent audit company.

Thanks to the continuous development of new technologies and impeccable service, Singapore Airlines continues to gain public recognition in numerous international rankings. The airline constantly updates the fleet, offering passengers comfortable travel in different classes of service: Suites, First, Business Class, Premium Economy and Economy Class.

“We are proud of the title of the best airline in Asia and are very grateful to the readers of Business Traveler, thanks to whose voices we again received this honorable award”, said the Head of the Representative Office of Singapore Airlines in Russia, Edmond Lim. “We promise not to stop there and continue to delight our customers by expanding the services offered on the market, improving the quality of service and the level of comfort on board our aircraft” , added he.

This fall, Singapore Airlines presented a new unique interior of the Airbus A380. The passengers of all classes will be able to enjoy technological innovations, a new design of armchairs, a more spacious and secluded setting, with interior elements exclusively designed for Singapore Airlines customers.

Singapore Airlines Limited is the flag carrier airline of Singapore with its hub at Singapore Changi Airport. The airline uses the Singapore Girl as its central figure in corporate branding.