|Quoting MadameConcorde (Reply 2):|
They should be in the top 5 economy classes.
I'd scrub Virgin America and put Swiss as the number two.
|Quoting HECA (Reply 3):|
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|Quoting b787900 (Reply 8):|
I see no BA, LH, AF, KL their either. So much for the wonderful Euro airlines...
airlines around the world innovate and renovate their economy products to offer a point of difference and make them better than their competitors
rated for giving the passenger the best possible experience, both from service and hard product in the air in an economy class
|Quoting BD338 (Reply 11):|
I'm not surprised, the Euro airlines in my experience have been going backwards for a few years now in Y. Almost down to the DL, US, AA, UA level.
|Quoting nicholasjet (Thread starter):|
I'm not surprised, the Euro airlines in my experience have been going backwards for a few years now in Y. Almost down to the DL, US, AA, UA level
|Quoting alfa164 (Reply 6):|
Thai and Malaysian? Thai isn't what it once was, unfortunately... and Malaysian never was. I'd have to put Korean and EVA as top contenders; the Asian airline industry is almost u universally top tier, but TG and MH aren't the best of them.
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Quoting quiet1 (Reply 21):
Doesn't NZ have 10-abreast on the 777-300ERs? If so, that's impressive that they made the top ten, much less number 1!
Yes, and they're going 10-abreast on the 777-200ERs as well...
|Quoting nicholasjet (Reply 35):|
It's a difficult one to rate I think because in one way the airlines can vary so much
|Quoting reality (Reply 37):|
SFO > JFK isn't long haul?
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|Quoting aerokiwi (Reply 42):|
An SQ77W at 9 abreast against an NZ 77W at 10 abreast... SQ wins hands down every time.
|Quoting chrisrad (Reply 24):|
I along with many others would beg to differ. TG and MH were recently about the only airlines to offer 34inch pitch in Y class. MH has won best economy class on a few occasions alone.