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520 seats on All Nippon Airways’s first A380, the second highest seating capacity on the type

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520 seats on All Nippon Airways’s first A380, the second highest seating capacity on the type.

Japan’s All Nippon Airways (ANA) said to configure its three Airbus A380s on order with 520 seats each. The four class cabin configuration with 520 seats will be the second highest seating capacity on A380s after emirates, which has 13 A380s equipped with 615 seats.

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The four class configuration includes 383 economy class seats on the main deck, and 137 seats on the upper deck with eight in first class, 56 in business, and 73 in premium economy.

According to ANA, business class seats will be supplied by Zodiac Aerospace and ZIM supplies both economy and premium economy.

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All Nippon Airways is the Japan’s largest and only 5-Star airline, to introduce Japan’s first Airbus A380, launching in spring 2019. The aircraft will be introduced on ANA’s Tokyo – Honolulu service named ‘FLYING HONU’.

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These are the four-star low-cost Carriers for 2024

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These are the four-star low-cost Carriers for 2024

In the rapidly evolving world of aviation, staying ahead of the curve and finding the most cost-effective options for air travel is crucial for both travelers and airlines alike. As we approach the year 2024, Apex, a renowned authority in the aviation industry, has released its highly anticipated list of four-star low-cost carriers.

These are the airlines with Four-Star and Five-Star APEX ratings for 2024.(Opens in a new browser tab)

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The APEX Four Star Airline Awards were unique since they were created solely from verified passenger reviews submitted by more than a million fliers using TripIt.

These airlines have achieved a remarkable combination of price and great service, making them the top alternatives for budget-conscious travelers searching for a pleasant and joyful flying experience. In this article, we will look at the four-star low-cost airlines for 2024.

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  • Allegiant
  • Breeze
  • GOL
  • Southwest
  • Spirit
  • Sun Country Airlines
  • WestJet
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These are the airlines with Four-Star and Five-Star APEX ratings for 2024.

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These are the Airlines with Four and Five-Star APEX Ratings for 2024

In the ever-evolving world of aviation, these awards stand as a testament to excellence, innovation, and outstanding service within the airline industry. As travelers around the globe seek ever more personalized and remarkable experiences, these airlines have risen to the occasion, setting new standards for quality, comfort, and customer satisfaction.

World class airline awards 2022 by Apex(Opens in a new browser tab)

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The APEX Five Star and Four Star Airline Awards were unique since they were created solely from verified passenger reviews submitted by more than a million fliers using TripIt.

Global Passenger Choice airline Award Winners 2022 by Apex.(Opens in a new browser tab)

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Here, we’ve highlighted some of the 2024 Apex Four-Star and Five-Star Airlines Awards, recognizing these airline giants and the outstanding traveler experiences they provide. Whether you are a frequent traveler or only sometimes do so, these awards highlight the airlines who have changed the definition of what it means to fly in luxury and grace.

GLOBAL FIVE STAR
  • Aeromexico
  • Air Canada
  • Air France
  • Air New Zealand
  • American Airlines
  • ANA
  • Austrian
  • Cathay Pacific
  • Delta Air Lines
  • EL AL
  • Etihad
  • Eva Air
  • Finnair
  • LATAM Airlines
  • Lufthansa
  • Korean Air
  • SAS
  • Swiss
  • United Airlines
  • Vietnam Airlines
  • Virgin Atlantic
MAJOR AIRLINES FIVE STAR
  • Aer Lingus
  • Air Astana
  • Air Tahiti Nui
  • Alaska Airlines
  • Copa Airlines
  • Fiji Airways
  • Hawaiian Airlines
  • Icelandair
  • Oman Air
  • Royal Brunei Airlines
REGIONAL AIRLINE FIVE STAR*
  • JSX 
GLOBAL AIRLINES FOUR STAR
  • British Airways
  • Ethiopian
  • Polish Airlines
  • Malaysia Airlines
  • Pakistan International Airlines
  • South African Airways
  • Thai Airways International
MAJOR ‎AIRLINES FOUR STAR
  • Aegean Airlines
  • AirEuropa
  • Avianca
  • flydubai
  • Royal Jordanian
  • SriLankan Airlines

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Qantas says cost to fly may rise, Due to Soaring Jet Fuel Prices

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Qantas says cost to fly may rise, Due to Soaring Jet Fuel Prices

Qantas has been absorbing a $200 million increase in fuel costs, the airline warned that if prices continue to rise, the costs may be passed on to customers and it may raise its already high ticket rates.

The airline reported in a market update that fuel costs have gone up 30% since May of this year, including 10% just in the past month. “This is driven by a combination of higher oil prices, higher refiner margins, and a lower Australian dollar,” Qantas stated.

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But Qantas asserted that it will keep an eye on fuel costs in the upcoming months and “look to adjust its settings” if they continue to be this high. Any modifications would aim to strike a balance between the need for reasonably priced travel in a situation where tickets are already high, according to Qantas.

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Qantas and competing airlines use methods of hedging to control erratic pricing changes. An effort to win back consumer support that included an apology from the airline’s new CEO, Vanessa Hudson, and a commitment to rebuild the airline’s reputation after a “humbling period” is in jeopardy as a result of the warning about ticket prices.

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Analyst Owen Birrell with RBC Capital Markets predicted that the firm will likely accept the higher fuel costs “until its target margins come under pressure, and then would seek to claw back those costs through capacity cuts and higher fares.”

Given the increased competition, expanding consumer and corporate cost pressures, and incoming reinvestment in the product/platform, we don’t think a substantial earnings shift is possible going forward.

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