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World Airline Awards 2018, known as "Oscars of the Airline Industry", were launched early this year. There are 68 routes with a strong Far East and Australian emphasis (route maps include Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Manila, Bangkok and Hong Kong). However, there are non-stop flights from Singapore to Athens and (since June 2018) Berlin, with fares starting at around 350 pounds round-trip, as well as Honolulu.
Economical leaflets, note: Last year it was found that there were the lowest priced meals and drinks of any large low cost carrier in Europe on board, with beer for an amazing 2.55 pounds. The southwest has breathtaking 734 planes, but does not dare go beyond North America or the Caribbean. An initial trip to Hawaii has been scheduled for a few month, but has not yet started.
Maybe IndiGo is the world' s busiest carrier you have never used. These include 405 Airbus20neos ( already the major carrier of the 2016 model), 25 Airbus 256neoLRs and 42 smaller ATR 72-600s with only 74 seats on them. At the moment, the ticket is almost exclusively restricted to inland routes.
St. John's lasts just over five an hour and makes North America an accessible spot for a week-end stay. AirAsia X, the long-haul branch of the AirAsia Group headquartered in Kuala Lumpur, was founded 11 years ago as FlyAsianXpress. Tony Fernandes, who is best known to most Britons as the head of the Queens Park Rangers national team, is the owner of the group.
Some of the more tempting places on the road maps include Auckland, Sydney, Jaipur, Hawaii and Jeju in Korea, perhaps the most beloved vacation spot you've never known. Australia's best no-frills carriers made a name for themselves, providing not only low-cost home flights but also connections to major vacation spots in Southeast Asia and the Pacific - Bangkok, Phuket, Singapore, Ho Chi Minh City, Rarotonga and Fiji are all on the agenda.
With 6 million passenger movements in 2008 to 81.6 million in 2017, it is the 8th biggest airline in the globe and now services an amazing 132 routes in Europe, North Africa (Hurghada) and the Middle East (Tel Aviv). The AirAsia group rather wrongly occupies two places in the chart.