Singapore Airlines has once again taken top honors in a survey of international business travelers. Aeroflot won the booby prize.
In a survey of 2,000 readers of Business Traveler International magazine, Singapore (for the 11th time) was voted the best airline for international travel, the best business class for international flights and best trans-Pacific airline. Other picks and pans included: United Airlines, best in North America; Air Canada, best for travel to Canada; British Airways, best trans-Atlantic, best to the Middle East and to Africa; American Airlines, best to Mexico and to Central and South America; Lufthansa, best to Eastern Europe and to Russia and the Baltic states, and Qantas Airways, best to South Pacific, Australia and New Zealand. Aeroflot was voted worst all around.
The survey, which appeared in the magazine's current issue, cited Singapore's Changi Airport as the best in the world and New York's JFK International the worst. Chicago's O'Hare was voted best in North America.
London was voted the best city in the world for business travel, while New York ranked as the worst.