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The 15 Best Airlines Operating at JKIA Nairobi (NBO)

Even with the same ticket class, flight experiences between different airlines can be so apparent. This post is on the best airlines that operate to and from NBO, Nairobi Airport(JKIA); the comparison is on the basis of offerings in economy class and average customer satisfaction.

Even with different consumer preferences, differences between airlines can be helpful in deciding the best for your case. The safety record is not a metric when choosing what airline to fly, as some of the incidents have been beyond the airline’s control.

15. Egyptair

Egyptair is the national carrier of Egypt( obviously), it was founded in May 1932 and became the 7th airline at the time.

Egyptair is headquartered at CAI (Cairo International Airport) in Egypt. The airline travels to over 90 destinations in the world

Egyptair is a member of The Star Alliance

The alliance is a partnership between multiple airlines allowing them to work together and even collaborate in things like flight sharing and connecting flights.

Egyptair Fleet

  • Airbus A220-300
  • Airbus A320-NEO
  • Airbus A330-300 SPECS
  • Boeing B737-800 SPECS
  • Boeing B737-800 NG
  • Boeing B787-9 Dream Liner
  • Boeing B777-300 SPECS

Egyptair Review

Looking through the customer reviews for Egyptair, yeah they are brutal. Like seriously, most airlines seem to be on that same boat; especially delays and lost baggage- it’s like a universal airline experience.

But generally, there are no other major complaints just a bunch of compromises when you fly Egyptair

  • They don’t serve alcohol onboard (You can bring your own, however)
  • Food is mostly subpar
  • Flight experience is average at best
  • Notorious for delays
  • Very old planes with limited legroom and recline
  • Business class falls behind and is not comparable to Euro or Middle Eastern airlines for the same (amenity-wise)

Now here is the good about Egyptair;

  • Very cheap,
  • They have constant deals you just can’t ignore
  • Large baggage allowance
  • Understanding if passengers exceed the limit slightly.

Most layovers for Egyptair are at CAI, Cairo International Airport in Egypt, and are normally long, 10 hours to 24 hours with an average of around 16 hours.

I wouldn’t say Egyptair is terrible, they are just a normal budget airline.

14. Air Mauritius

Air Mauritius serves as the official airline of both the island and nation of Mauritius, situated in the eastern region of the Indian Ocean on the African continent.

Established in June 1967, its corporate headquarters are located in Port Louis, Mauritius. Air Mauritius is also a proud member of the Africa Vanilla Alliance. The alliance was formed in 2015 and its members are neighboring airlines especially the islands in the Indian Ocean on the Eastern Africa side including; Air Seychelles, Air Madagascar, and Air Austral

Air Mauritius Fleet

In total, Air Mauritius has a total of 10 crafts in its fleet as of 2023, the majority being by Airbus

  • ATR 72-500 (Three)
  • Airbus A330-900 NEO (Two)
  • Airbus A350-900 XWB (Four)
  • Airbus A330-200 (One)

Air Mauritius Review

While Air Mauritius has a somewhat limited list of destinations, they’ve smartly mitigated this downside by establishing codeshare agreements with other airlines. This provides passengers with a wider range of travel options and destinations.

Comfort is normally above average in the economy, seats are comfortable and legroom is sufficient. Keep in mind that the quality of your flight experience may vary depending on the specific aircraft model you fly on. The A350, for instance, generally offers better comfort and amenities compared to other models.

Air Mauritius takes pride in its cabin crew, and rightfully so. The crew members are consistently polite, professional, and friendly. In a world where the talk of service and hospitality often surpasses the actual delivery, Air Mauritius stands out for its excellent crew.

While Air Mauritius does have room for improvement in terms of inflight entertainment; which is almost nonexistent, the clean interior and fairly good food offerings contribute positively to the overall travel experience.

On a slightly disappointing note, some passengers have reported issues with customer service, refunds, and handling of canceled flights. This aspect could use some improvement to match the airline’s other positive attributes.

In summary, Air Mauritius is commendable, even though there is room for improvement in customer service and experience, which takes away from the good aspects of the airline.

13. Rwandair

RwandAir is the national flag carrier airline of Rwanda. Its Operations began in December 2002 and its base is Kigali the capital city of Rwanda.

Rwandair flies under the One-world Alliance, and it mainly flies across East, Central, and Southern Africa and occasionally to Europe and the Middle East, a total of 14 countries.

Rwandair Fleet

  • Bombardier Q-400 Next Gen (Two)
  • Bombardier CRJ-900 Next Gen (Two)
  • Boeing 737-700NG (Two)
  • Boeing 737-800NG (Four)
  • Airbus A330 – 200 (One)
  • Airbus A330 – 300 (One)

Rwandair Review

RwandAir’s two Airbus A330s have a neat three-class setup: business, premium economy, and economy. But, brace yourself, the food was about as exciting as a snooze button. Very basic and subpar.

They have a bad reputation for poor handling of luggage that is mostly damaged, this is probably the mention in every negative review; you probably would need to buy a new suitcase for every new flight.

The crew service is underwhelming, and the airline is limited to destinations.

RwandAir’s got the spirit, but with just two A330s and two more on the way, it still has a long way to go to be at the level of regional big boys; Ethiopian and Kenya Airways.

12. Air Seychelles

Air Seychelles, the national airline of the Republic of Seychelles, was founded in September 1977. It operates primarily from Seychelles International Airport (SEZ) on the island of Mahé, serving as its main operating base.

Air Seychelles commonly served destinations in Africa, Asia, and Europe. The airline flies to 12 countries as of 2023.

It is a member of the Vanilla Alliance the fourth largest and one of the newest in the aviation industry.

Air Seychelles Fleet

  • DHC-6 Twin Otter-400 Series (Five)
  • Airbus A320-200 NEO (Two)

Air Seychelles Review

Air Seychelles has won the 2021 and 2020 World Travel Awards ‘Indian Ocean’s Leading Airline.

The majority of the cabin crew is reviewed as competent and accommodating, with outstanding customer support and clear communication at each stage of the journey. The airplane is kept in excellent condition and is regularly maintained.

The food quality however falls short standard-wise. What truly stands out are the chronic issues of flight delays and cancellations, causing frustration.

Comfort is another letdown, as the aging fleet transports passengers back in time to a less modern era.

11. Kenya Airways

Kenya Airways (KQ), founded in 1977, is the national flag carrier airline of Kenya. It has its headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya. It operates from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (NBO) as its main hub.

Kenya Airways is a member of the Sky Team alliance, which includes airlines like Air France, and KLM. It travels to over 57 countries with 75% of them being in Africa. KQ was the fifth African Airline to offer direct flights to (JFK) United States as of 2018.

Kenya Airways Fleet

Kenya Airways doesn’t have an Airbus. The fleet is majorly 737 and 787 Boeing’s. Embraer E 190 is the airline’s choice for short routes and domestic flights. (For flights less than 4 hours)

  • Embraer E190 (Thirteen)
  • Boeing 737-300F (Two)
  • Boeing 737-800 (Eight)
  • Boeing 737-700
  • Boeing 787-8 ( Nine)

Kenya Airways Review

The actual flight is generally good, the crew is professional and friendly, and they are probably the best thing about Kenya Airways. That can’t be said about the ground staff who are just chaotic and disorganized in coordinating the boarding process.

Kenya Airways is self-proclaimed “The pride of Africa”, here is a brief about KQ

  • Kenyan dishes are served and the food is okay, just average. There is better food on other airlines of the same budget and class as KQ. For a 6-hour flight, two meals are served.
  • In the 787-8 Boeing, seats on the economy are configured in 3-3-3 orientation just like all airlines on this exact plane. Legroom is not the best if you are above 6 ft, but will be sufficient for most.
  • Headphones, pillows, and covers are provided like any standard airline. The Inflight Entertainment System( IFE ) is kinda outdated in terms of responsiveness and the shows and movies are outdated and the selection is limited.
  • For business class, it is just like premium economy and it won’t be the best airline to fly business. Food is not that of an upgrade from Economy and you are provided with plastic cutlery, in business class? Yes. The infotainment is not an upgrade and it is the same story as before.

10. Brussels Airlines

Brussels Airlines is a Belgian airline established in 2006. Its primary hub is Brussels Airport (BRU) in Belgium. Brussels Airline is a proud member of The Star Alliance. It travels to over 40 countries majority being in Europe and Africa. It was formed after a merger and is partially owned by The Lufthansa Group

Brussels Airlines Fleet

  • 15 Airbus A319
    • 17 Airbus A320
  • 9 Airbus A330-300

Brussels Airlines Fleet

Brussels Airlines(SN), provides an experience that is above average the usual standards. The airline has friendly staff and serves good food in the economy class.

In terms of economy class seating, it offers remarkable legroom and seat comfort compared to other airlines. However, there are shortcomings in their customer service, particularly when it comes to flight delays and luggage issues. The IFE is also outdated and lacks a wide selection of entertainment

Brussels Airlines tends to exacerbate already challenging situations, often ignoring numerous passenger messages. Furthermore, the handling of flight cancellations and refunds leaves room for improvement and does not meet expectations.

11. Ethiopian

Ethiopian Airlines (ET), founded in 1945, is the flag carrier and largest airline of Ethiopia. It operates from its primary hub, Addis-Ababa Bole International Airport (ADD), and has consistently been crowned as one of the leading airlines in Africa consistently for over a number of years.

It is a Star Alliance member one of the world’s largest airline alliances, which includes carriers like Lufthansa, Brussels, Swiss, and Egyptair

Ethiopian Fleet

Operates a total of 147 crafts

  • 32 Bombardier Q400 (Dash 8-400)
  • 18 Boeing B737-800
  • 13 Boeing B737 MAX
  • 9 Boeing B737-700NG
  • 20 Airbus A350-900XWB
  • 19 Boeing B787-8
  • 10 Boeing B787-9
  • 4 Boeing B777-300 ER
  • 6 Boeing B777-200LR
  • 1 Boeing B767-300ER

Ethiopian Airlines Review

The cabin crew of Ethiopian Airlines is pleasant, and their food impresses in both quality and presentation. They have probably one of the best takeoffs and smooth landings, they have good deals on air tickets as well.

Regrettably, the business class experience on Ethiopian Airlines falls short of expectations, with some components showing signs of wear and tear, including broken seat parts and non-functional outlets. It is even worse than in Kenya Airways.

The maintenance of the interior is even worse in economy class. Legroom and seat comfort are just average in the economy,

It’s surprising that even in business class, complimentary Wi-Fi is not included, and passengers are required to pay an admittedly $25 fee, which appears quite ridiculous.

The amenity kit provided by the airline is of high quality and packs all you need. However, the in-flight entertainment system on Ethiopian Airlines is just underwhelming in terms of responsiveness, screen resolution, and limited movie selection.

ET is not a customer-friendly airline is notorious for lost luggage and doesn’t process compensations and refunds in a quick way.

10. Lufthansa

Lufthansa (LH) is one of the biggest European and global airlines. It is the flag carrier airline of Germany. Operating from its primary hubs in Frankfurt Airport (FRA) and Munich Airport (MUC).

Lufthansa was founded in 1953, and flies under The Star Alliance to over 210 destinations in over 100 countries.

Lufthansa Fleet

The current Lufthansa fleet has over 300 aircraft as some are added while some retired

  • 23 Airbus A319
  • 28 Airbus A320 Neo
    54 Airbus A320-200
  • 17 Airbus A321 Neo
    13 Airbus A321-100
    35 Airbus A321-200
  • 11 Airbus A330-200
  • 11 Airbus A330-300
  • 17 Airbus A340-300
  • 10 Airbus A340-600
  • 21 Airbus A350-900
  • 8 Boeing 747-400
  • 19 Boeing 747-800
  • 5 Boeing 787-9

Lufthansa Review

If you flying first class, then Lufthansa is it. Starting with the lounges which are exquisite and exceptional to the ambiance of the cabin that feels like a private jet. Everything is spacious and you get two windows by your seat.

First class provides Bose headphones with active noise cancellation (ANC) for an immersive experience, and cancelling out jet engine whirls. The Lufthansa First Class amenity kit includes upscale items like a fancy pen, socks, eye patches, slippers, pajamas, and an abundance of complimentary goodies. The food service is nearly unlimited and personalized, with delicacies like caviar on the menu.

Business Class, the infotainment system is substantial, and you’ll enjoy high-quality Bose headphones with effective noise cancellation. The amenity kit includes moisturizer for added comfort. While the seats are slightly narrower than those in most business classes, they are remarkably comfortable. Lufthansa is not the best in business class but generally okay.

Premium Economy on Lufthansa offers more spacious seating compared to Economy, along with a convenient foot pedestal/footrest. Passengers receive socks, earplugs, a toothbrush with toothpaste, an eye patch, two pillows, and a blanket.

The headphones provided are the same as those in Economy. Premium Economy elevates the dining experience with metal cutlery and a menu similar to Economy but with more choices.

In Lufthansa’s Economy Class, while space can be somewhat limited, overall comfort is maintained. The pillows and blankets surpass the standard fare found on most economy flights. The provided headphones, while not the sturdiest, get the job done.

The food is fresh and satisfactory, and the cabin is well-maintained without any broken parts, distinguishing it from other airlines like Ethiopian. The seats, by economy standards, are surprisingly comfortable.

9. China Southern Airways

Founded in 1988, China Southern Airlines is one of China’s largest and most prominent airlines. Headquartered in Guangzhou, China, it operates from its primary hub at Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport (CAN) and is part of the SkyTeam alliance.

China Southern should not be confused with China Airlines which is headquartered in Taiwan and operates from Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport( TPE ). China Airlines does not fly to Nairobi(NBO)

China Southern Airlines Fleet

China Southern Airlines operates more than 850 passenger and cargo transport aircraft. The airline’s fleet ranks 1st in Asia and 3rd in the world. The following are just the model overviews.

  • Airbus A319
  • Airbus A320
  • Airbus A321
  • Airbus A330
  • Airbus A380
  • Boeing 737
  • Boeing 747
  • Boeing 777
  • Boeing 787

South China Airways Review

China Southern Airlines offers budget-friendly fares with a focus on safety. While their service may not be exceptional, it represents good value for money, particularly when flying on their modern aircraft.

It’s important to note that the food served on board is primarily Chinese, which can be appealing if you enjoy Chinese cuisine but may not be to everyone’s taste. Passengers who prefer different culinary options might want to consider bringing their own snacks.

Overall, while the food quality may not meet everyone’s expectations, the overall flight experience with China Southern Airlines is fairly standard and represents a cost-effective choice for air travel.

8. British Airways

British Airways (BA) is one of the most prominent world airlines. It was founded in 1974 and is the flag carrier airline of the United Kingdom. BA’s primary hub at London Heathrow Airport (LHR), and is a member of the One World Alliance traveling to over 200 destinations in 80 countries.

British Airways Fleet

  • Embraer 190
  • Airbus A319
  • Airbus A320
  • Airbus A321
  • Airbus A350
  • Airbus A380
  • Boeing 777
  • Boeing 787

British Airways Review

British Airways, price-wise, may not be the most competitive when compared to budget airlines. However, they operate from the convenient and pleasant Heathrow Terminal 5

Onboard, British Airways excels in customer service, providing passengers with a high level of attention and care.

British Airways falls into the category of legacy airlines, which tend to be pricier for long-haul flights. Passengers can expect two meals during their journey, including dinner and a take-away style breakfast item.

In essence, British Airways may come with a premium price tag, but it maintains the service and reputation of a legacy carrier. Notably, their premium economy class offers ample space and a significant improvement in service and food quality, making it a notable choice for those seeking a bit more comfort without the full business class experience.

7. Ethiad

Established in 2003, Etihad Airways is the flag carrier and national airline of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Just like Emirates which is Dubai International Airport(DXB), Etihad operates from Abu Dhabi International Airport (AUH) in UAE.

So yes, UAE has two international airlines; Etihad and Emirates, both operating from separate airports.

Etihad Airways has grown to become one of the world’s leading airlines. it isn’t a member of any of the major airline alliances, it has other airlines across other alliances as partners to help connect flights when required. Etihad flies to over 120 global destinations in 6 continents.

Etihad Airways Fleet

  • Airbus A320
  • Airbus A350
  • Airbus A380
  • Boeing 777
  • Boeing 787

Etihad Airways Review

Etihad Airways receives consistently high praise in customer reviews, making it a standout airline. With a coveted 5-star rating, Etihad is known for delivering a superior travel experience.

The quality of the food served onboard is highly regarded, and passengers find the seats to be comfortable and accommodating. Overall, Etihad earns its reputation as a top-tier airline, providing passengers with a remarkable journey.

6. Swiss International Air Lines

Founded in 2002, Swiss International Air Lines, commonly referred to as Swiss Air, is the flag carrier airline of Switzerland. Operating from its primary hub at Zurich Airport (ZRH), Swiss Air is renowned for its commitment to sustainability, quality, and Swiss hospitality.

As a member of the Star Alliance, Swiss Air collaborates with other leading global airlines, expanding its network to over 100 destinations in 50 countries.

The airline has received numerous awards for its service excellence, and its commitment to sustainability and reducing its environmental impact is evident in its operations.

Swiss Airlines Fleet

  • Airbus A321-100
  • Airbus A321 NEO
  • Airbus A321-200
  • Airbus A320-200
  • Airbus A320 NEO
  • Airbus A220-300
  • Airbus A220-100
  • 14 Airbus A330-300
  • 4 Airbus A340-300
  • Boeing 777-300ER

Swiss Airlines Review

The flight experience was enjoyable and included delightful Swiss chocolates. I particularly appreciated their food in economy class, which I found to be excellent, and their chocolates were simply fantastic.

They have well-maintained terminals at airports, maintain punctuality, and offer satisfactory employee friendliness. In-flight meals were notably good, especially when compared to other airlines.

5. Air France

Founded in 1933, Air France(AF) is the national flag carrier airline of France. Operating from its primary hub, Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG), Air France is one of the largest and most prominent airlines in Europe.

Air France network is an impressive 200 destinations in over 95 countries. As a member of the SkyTeam alliance, Air France collaborates with other major global airlines, providing passengers with access to a wider range of routes.

Air France Fleet

As of December 31, 2022, the Air France–KLM Group had a total fleet of 522 aircraft, with 505 of them actively serving in revenue-generating operations.

  • Embraer 170
  • Embraer 190
  • Airbus A220
  • Airbus A318
  • Airbus A319
  • Airbus A320
  • Airbus A321
  • Airbus A330
  • Airbus A350
  • Boeing 777
  • Boeing 787 Dreamliner

Air France Review

In my experience, Air France has provided a pleasant journey with comfortable seating and punctual landings. The cabin is well-maintained and adheres to standard expectations in economy. Food is standard and good and no inflight complaints really.

However, there are notable issues with occasional overbooking, which can lead to complications.

The state of their airport in Paris, Charles de Gaulle (CDG), is far from ideal. It’s a daunting task to navigate through the airport, and reaching your gate feels like a miracle. Passport control alone can take up to 30 minutes of your time. To play it safe, I’d recommend allocating a minimum of two hours for airport navigation, or else you might miss your connecting flight.

Overall, Air France is decent, but the airport meltdown mode elevates the risk of missing flights, especially when certain counters may be closed or relocated.

4. Turkish

Established in 1933, Turkish Airlines is the national carrier of Turkey. It operates from its main hub, Istanbul Airport (IST), one of the biggest and newest airports which serves as a strategic link between Europe, Asia, and Africa.

Turkish Airlines has grown to become one of the world’s largest airlines, known for its extensive route network and high-quality service.

Turkish is a Star Alliance member, connecting travelers to 324 destinations in 127 countries. Turkish travels to literally everywhere!

Turkish Airlines Fleet

  • Airbus A319-132/100
  • Airbus A321 NEO
  • Airbus A330-200
  • Airbus A330-300
  • Airbus A320-200
  • Airbus A321-200
  • Airbus A350-900
  • Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner
  • Boeing 777-300 ER
  • Boeing 737-800
  • Boeing 737-900ER
  • Boeing 737 MAX 9
  • Boeing 737 MAX 8

Turkish Airlines Review

Depending on the craft, the legroom is mostly good. Turkish has superior comfort even for the same craft as other airlines; as they have configured the seating differently. They have magnificent food and world-class lounges.

Check out Turkish Airlines’s Loungue in JKIA(NBO)

The IFE is surprisingly better than airlines of its class, very responsive with a good selection of shows and movies that are actually complete.

The headphones provided are cheap and are bad quality, there is free but limited WiFi for Turkish Miles & Smiles members. Unlimited onboard WiFi is $25 which is overpriced for no reason, considering the speeds of less 10Mbps.

The only downside of flying Turkish is you will have to do a lot, and I mean a lot of walking in Istanbul Airport which is very big, and walking is the only option if you fly economy.

3. KLM (Royal Dutch Airlines)

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines: Founded in 1919, KLM is the flag carrier airline of the Netherlands. It is one of the oldest continuously operating airlines in the world. KLM operates from its primary hub at Amsterdam Airport (AMS)

The airline’s fleet includes a mix of modern and efficient aircraft, and it has a strong focus on sustainability and reducing its environmental impact. KLM is also a member of the SkyTeam alliance, which allows passengers access to a broader range of destinations through a global network of partner airlines.

KLM Fleet

  • Embraier 175, 190, 195-E2
  • Airbus A320-200
  • Airbus A330-300
  • Boeing 737-700
  • Boeing 737-800
  • Boeing 737- 900
  • Boeing 777- 200ER
  • Boeing 777- 300ER
  • Boeing 787- 9
  • Boeing 787- 10

KLM Review

Renowned for its distinctive blue livery and the warm Dutch hospitality it offers, KLM has become synonymous with delivering top-notch service and ensuring passenger comfort. I’d choose KLM over Lufthansa any day. The service is superior, and the crew is considerably friendlier.

KLM stands as a reputable airline, and I’ve had the opportunity to fly with them extensively in the past. It certainly ranks among the better options available. Their meals, often curated in collaboration with talented Dutch chefs, tend to be quite tasty.

One aspect I appreciate is that KLM provides a direct flight option without the hassle of layovers.

With ample legroom and a welcoming staff, the airline ensures a comfortable journey. Their customer service is exceptional, possibly the best on this list. By European standards, KLM is slightly above the average.

KLM has indeed solidified its standing as a leading European airline and a trusted choice for travelers worldwide.

2. Emirates

Founded in 1985, Emirates is the flag carrier airline of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Headquartered in Dubai the capital, it has grown to become one of the world’s largest and most prominent international airlines.

Operating from its primary hub, Dubai International Airport (DXB), Emirates serves a vast network of destinations, connecting travelers to over 158 destinations, in 85 countries across six continents.

Emirates (EK), is an Independent airline, not part of any alliance. opted to join the Star Alliance but decided not to.

Emirates Fleet

It is just exclusively Boeing 777s and Airbus A380s

  • 116 Airbus A380-800
  • 10 Boeing 777-200LR
  • 123 Boeing 777-300ER

Emirates has 50 A350-900 on order at Airbus

Emirates Review

My best flying experiences have undoubtedly been with Emirates, it is probably the most fun airline. They provide a wide array of entertainment options, including games, TV shows, music, and high-quality food. Their cuisine consistently impresses with really good food options, and they literally have a menu in economy class.

However, the moment Emirates introduced a 15kg luggage restriction for their cheapest fare, which is not that nice considering Qatar does 30Kg.

What stands out in my memory about Emirates is their exceptional in-flight entertainment system and giant comfortable economy seats. The legroom is not bad but it is not the best, you get individual air vents even in economy and their crafts have exterior cameras you can watch through the IFE.

The headphones provided are good and actually cancels noise. Inflight WiFi is affordable at $17 and it is unlimited for the flight. Emirates Skywards members get free Instant message connection thought

Emirates also goes the extra mile by providing amenities like sanitary pads and lotion in the restrooms.

1. Qatar

Founded in 1993, Qatar Airways(QR) is the state-owned flag carrier of Qatar. With its hub at Hamad International Airport in Doha (DOH).

Qatar Airways has emerged as one of the world’s leading airlines, known for its exceptional service and modern fleet. The airline offers an extensive network of routes, connecting travelers to over 160 destinations across the globe in 90 countries.

Unlike most of the Gulf Airlines that are not part of alliances, Qatar flies under the One World Alliance.

Qatar Fleet

Has over 200 air-crafts and most are new with the average age being 5 years.

  • 29 Airbus A320-200
  • 6 Airbus A330-200
  • 8 Airbus A330-300
  • 34 Airbus A350-900
  • 23 Airbus A350-1000
  • 10 Airbus A380
  • 9 Boeing 737-8 MAX
  • 30 Boeing 787-8
  • 11 Boeing 787-9
  • 9 Boeing 777-200LR
  • 57 Boeing 777-300ER

Qatar Review

Absolutely no debate here, Qatar Airways should be always your top choice. Always go for direct bookings, and it is undoubtedly the best value airline. You get more than you actually pay for.

Qatar Airways is renowned for its luxurious cabins, including the award-winning Q suite in Business Class, and its commitment to providing passengers with a world-class travel experience. Qatar is the best for business class flight experience.

Qatar Airways seems to ask, “Did I win the best airline award seven times in a row for no reason?” And they really go the extra to show.

Their flights are unrivaled, especially when you’re facing a long journey. Even long 10 hours plus flights are so comfortable

When it comes to legroom, Qatar Airways takes the crown; even their Economy class offers more legroom than most other airlines’ Business class seats. You essentially enjoying a business-class experience with economy tickets.

Probably the best-unlimited WiFi at a steal of $ 10, while most airlines charge $25

The Qatar Airways crew is a delight, with friendly and charming personalities. Their service, quick and efficient, is second to none when you ring the buzzer.

Qatar is unique for maintaining a 30kg luggage allowance for most destinations and offering free seat selection, which is becoming increasingly rare.

The food in the Economy class is average, and metal cutlery is provided. In conclusion, Qatar unquestionably delivers the best price-to-quality ratio.

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