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Best Regional Airlines 2017

This Award as the world's Best Regional Airline is a most important, global Quality distinction for airlines. For these World Airline Awards, regional airlines are defined as full service carriers that primarily operate domestic and / or International flights up to approx 6 hours. Whilst some regional airlines may operate a small number of longer flights, the core market for this airline classification are short / medium haul routes where customer product and service expectations are different to long haul routes. The 2017 Best Regional Airlines include Bangkok Airways, Aegean Airlines, Royal Air Maroc, Alaska Airlines and Avianca.
World's Best Regional Airlines 2017
1Bangkok Airways
2Hong Kong Airlines
3Cathay Dragon
4Alaska Airlines
5Aegean Airlines
6Avianca
7Porter Airlines
8SilkAir
9Copa Airlines
10Juneyao Airlines
11American Eagle Airlines
12Air Nostrum
13Air Malta
14Xiamen Airlines
15S7 Airlines
16Royal Air Maroc
17Shenzhen Airlines
18Tianjin Airlines
19Vistara
20Air Serbia
Best Regional Airlines : Africa
1Royal Air Maroc
2Air Namibia
3Tunisair
4RwandAir
5Sénégal Airlines
6Afriqiyah Airways
7Air Botswana
8Air Côte d'Ivoire
9Air Burkina
10ASKY Airlines
Best Regional Airlines : Asia
1Bangkok Airways
2Hong Kong Airlines
3Cathay Dragon
4SilkAir
5Juneyao Airlines
6Xiamen Airlines
7Shenzhen Airlines
8Tianjin Airlines
9Vistara
10Sichuan Airlines
Best Regional Airlines : Europe
1Aegean Airlines
2Air Nostrum (Iberia Regional)
3Air Malta
4S7 Airlines
5Air Serbia
6Luxair
7CSA Czech Airlines
8flyBe
9Adria Airways
10Olympic Air
Best Regional Airlines : North America
1Alaska Airlines
2Porter Airlines
3American Eagle Airlines
Best Regional Airlines : South America
1Avianca
2TAME
3Austral Líneas Aéreas
4StarPeru
5Peruvian Airlines
About the World Airline Awards

The airline survey and awards process is independent and impartial, introduced by Skytrax in 1999 to provide a customer satisfaction study that was global, reflecting the international scale of the airline industry. Travellers across the globe vote in the world’s largest airline passenger satisfaction survey to decide the award winners.

All costs for the project are paid by Skytrax, and airlines do not pay any type of survey entry / registration fee, or to attend the awards event. There are no charges for airline use of the award logos and results. Airlines can invite and encourage their customers to participate in the airline survey, but no element of financial or other inducement can be offered.

Why do Skytrax continue to deliver such a project without seeking to benefit financially? This relates back to the commitment made by Skytrax at launch in 1999 that for the survey to provide meaningful results it had to remain independent and impartial, and should not have any payment or sponsorship from within the airline industry.

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