The country’s flag carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL) has a lot to be proud of as it has recently been awarded 2019’s Most Improved Airline in the World by Skytrax during the World Airline Awards held in Paris on June 18.

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Skytrax, a body that rates and reviews commercial airlines, holds the prestigious event annually, and for this year, PAL ranks as the world's 30th best airlines out of 100 rated carriers; an impressive climb from last year’s 49th slot.

PAL’s cabin crew has also been ranked the 11th best in the world, while its staff is the 10th best in Asia. Other accolades include:

  • Top 10 World's Best Business Class Comfort Amenities
  • Top 11 World's Best Airport Services
  • Top 11 World's Best Premium Economy Class
  • Top 14 World's Best Economy Class

This year, Qatar Airways was lauded as the World’s Best Airline, followed by Singapore Airlines, and ANA All Nippon Airways.

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