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Discover the World’s Top 20 Airlines of 2021

In its annual round-up of the best airlines worldwide, AirlineRatings.com has revealed which carriers made the list for 2021. AirlineRatings.com determined each ranking by which airlines achieved a seven-star safety rating and demonstrated innovation for passenger comfort. Let’s explore who made the cut this year!

Ethihad Airways
Delta Airlines
Virgin Australia
Alaska Airlines
Hawaiian Airlines
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
Japan Airlines
Finnair
All Nippon Airways (ANA)
Lufthansa
British Airways
EVA Air
United Airlines
Virgin Atlantic
Cathay Pacific
Emirates
Qantas
SINGAPORE AIRLINES
Air New Zealand
Qatar Airways
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200 Etihad Airways
19) Delta Airlines
18) Virgin Australia
17) Alaska Airlines
16) Hawaiian Airlines
15) KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
14) Japan Airlines
13) Finnair
12) All Nippon Airways (ANA)
11) Lufthansa
10) British Airways
9) EVA Air
8) United Airlines
7) Virgin Atlantic
6) Cathay Pacific
5) Emirates
4) Qantas
3) Singapore Airlines
2) Air New Zealand
1) Qatar Airways
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Etihad Airways
19) Delta Airlines
18) Virgin Australia
17) Alaska Airlines
16) Hawaiian Airlines
15) KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
14) Japan Airlines
13) Finnair
12) All Nippon Airways (ANA)
11) Lufthansa
10) British Airways
9) EVA Air
8) United Airlines
7) Virgin Atlantic
6) Cathay Pacific
5) Emirates
4) Qantas
3) Singapore Airlines
2) Air New Zealand
1) Qatar Airways
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