Published on : Wednesday, December 6, 2017
The German carrier is the first European airline to receive the honour, stating that it hopes the award will help the carrier achieve higher yields for its premium products and services.
Lufthansa Airlines has been investing in renewing its fleet, introducing new cabins across all classes while introducing new digital services and lounges.
Lufthansa Airlines has continued its roll-out of its new Business and Senator Lounge products across its route network.
Skytrax, a UK based consultancy runs the airlines and airport reviews, introduced this airline ranking system in 1999, classifying airlines by the quality of its front-line product and staff service standards.
Prior to Lufthansa Airlines, there are only nine other airlines that had received the popular tribute, with Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines and Etihad Airways amongst the coveted few.