A total of 76 replies were received in the thread, 8 of which were commentary replies, 3 were disqualified votes due to its nature of not fulfilling the terms and conditions ironed out, leaving 65 qualified votes being casted.
And the result are as follows:
Royal Brunei Airlines - 36 votes Winner
Garuda Indonesia - 29 votes
Winning majority - 7 votes
Lao Airlines - 21 votes
Myanmar Airways International - 44 votes Winner
Winning majority - 23 votes
Philippine Airlines - 16 votes
Singapore Airlines - 49 votes Winner
Winning majority - 33 votes
Thai Airways - 34 votes Winner
Vietnam Airlines - 31 votes
Winning majority - 2 votes. That was so close!
Congratulation to all winners. Looks like Singapore Airlines is the biggest winner in Round 1 matches with a total votes of almost 50! Myanmar Airways International also received a big win with 44 votes. Royal Brunei Airlines and Thai Airways won by the slightest of a single digit margin.
And for the last spot to Round 2, the loser with the highest vote is:
Match 1: Garuda Indonesia - 29 votes
Match 2: Lao Airlines - 21 votes
Match 3: Philippine Airline - 16 votes
Match 4: Vietnam Airlines - 31 votes. Advance to Round 2
Congratulation to Vietnam Airlines. Garuda Indonesia almost made it. Thank you to all 76 voters who have made the Round 1 polling a huge success.
Now, let's start Round 2.
The rules are still the same:
- There will be 3 matches in Round 2 (Match 5-7).
- A winner will be selected from each matches and will advance to Round 3.
- The loser with the highest number of votes will also advance to Round 3. So there will be 4 contenders in Round 3.
And the contenders are:
Match 5: Royal Brunei Airlines vs Myanmar Airways International
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Match 6: Singapore Airlines vs Thai Airways
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Match 7: Malaysia Airlines vs Vietnam Airlines
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So, let the voting begin. Remember, we are searching for South East Asia's most beautiful head to tail livery.