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These are the top 20 airlines in the world for 2022 

World’s Best Premium Economy Class Airlines 2022

The well-known airline survey website has announced the world’s best airlines today. After COVID’s first airline survey, the company made an important announcement in which it analyzed the various factors of the airline that have led to them holding the best position in the world due to their innovative products, passenger services, connecting routes, and, most importantly, safety factors.

These are the top 20 airlines in the world for 2022 

These Are The Top 20 Airlines 2022

Qatar has retained its top ranks in recent years. Air New Zealand has dropped to second place, with Etihad Airways in third place. For the first time, JetBlue is ranked among the top 20 airlines in the world. The majority of Asian and Middle Eastern airlines are mentioned in the top 20.

These are the top 20 airlines in the world for 2022 

Cabin : Air New Zealand

Qatar Airways was also named Best Business Class. “The airline’s Qsuite offers a first-class experience in business class,” Mr Thomas said. “Our judges rated it as the greatest overall business-class product they had seen.”

These are the top 20 airlines in the world for 2022 

Air New Zealand took second place in the Top Twenty Airlines rankings, Best Airline in the Pacific, Best Premium Economy, and Best Economy in the Airline Excellence Awards.

“Air New Zealand punches far above its weight,” said Mr Thomas. “Over the last 15 years, it has set the benchmark for airline excellence in so many areas.” Its Premium Economy is simply outstanding, setting the industry standard and providing the best value in the sky.”

These are the top 20 airlines in the world for 2022 

Singapore airlines cabin display

In addition, the airline has recently launched a massive makeover and new items that will be introduced in 2024.

Singapore Airlines was named Best First Class and Best Lounges for its innovative Suites product.

The six Suites in this beautiful cabin at the front of the upper deck of the airline’s flagship Airbus A380s are the size of modest hotel rooms.

Virgin Australia was named Best Cabin Crew, while Emirates was named Best In-Flight Entertainment.

This year, several new award categories were established, with winners including Etihad Airways for Best Environmental Airline, Korean Air for Best Cargo Airline, and Vietjet for Best Value Airline.

Qantas link was named Best Regional Airline for its remarkable service in Australia’s remote outback.

These are the top 20 airlines in the world for 2022 

JetBlue takes delivery of A321LR with the first Airspace interior

JetBlue (Americas), Turkish Airlines (Europe), Qatar Airways (Middle East/Africa), Korean Air (Asia), and Air New Zealand received awards for long-haul excellence (Pacific).

Southwest Airlines (Americas), easyJet (Europe), Jetstar (Asia/Pacific), and Fly Dubai are the best low-cost airlines (Middle-East).

These are the top 20 airlines in the world for 2022 

Qantas interior

Top Twenty Airlines 2022 also named its Best of the Best:

  1. Qatar Airways,
  2. Air New Zealand,
  3. Etihad Airways,
  4. Korean Air,
  5. Singapore Airlines,
  6. Qantas,
  7. Virgin Australia,
  8. EVA Air,
  9. Turkish Airlines,
  10. All Nippon Airways,
  11. Cathay Pacific Airways,
  12. Virgin Atlantic,
  13. Japan Air Lines,
  14. JetBlue,
  15. Finnair,
  16. Emirates,
  17. Hawaiian,
  18. Air France/KLM,
  19. Alaska Airlines 
  20. British Airways.

He is an aviation journalist and the founder of Jetline Marvel. Dawal gained a comprehensive understanding of the commercial aviation industry.  He has worked in a range of roles for more than 9 years in the aviation and aerospace industry. He has written more than 1700 articles in the aerospace industry. When he was 19 years old, he received a national award for his general innovations and holds the patent. He completed two postgraduate degrees simultaneously, one in Aerospace and the other in Management. Additionally, he authored nearly six textbooks on aviation and aerospace tailored for students in various educational institutions. jetlinem4(at)


Airbus presents new Wingman concept at ILA Berlin Airshow

Airbus presents new Wingman concept at ILA Berlin Airshow

At the prestigious ILA aerospace trade show in Berlin, Airbus Defence and Space made waves by introducing its pioneering Wingman concept, marking a significant leap forward in military aviation technology.

Teaming up with Helsing, Europe’s leading defense AI and software company, Airbus showcased a framework cooperation agreement aimed at revolutionizing the realm of artificial intelligence (AI) in defense.

Airbus Wingman

The Wingman concept represents a paradigm shift in aerial warfare, introducing unmanned platforms equipped with advanced AI capabilities to augment the capabilities of manned combat aircraft. Pilots in command aircraft such as the Eurofighter command these autonomous drones, positioning them to undertake high-risk mission tasks that would traditionally pose a significant threat to manned-only aircraft.

Central to the Wingman concept is Manned-Unmanned Teaming, wherein manned aircraft serve as “command fighters,” retaining ultimate control over mission decisions while delegating tactical tasks to unmanned systems. This synergistic collaboration promises to enhance mission flexibility, increase combat mass, and minimize risk exposure for pilots, thereby bolstering overall operational effectiveness.

The capabilities of the Wingman extend across a diverse spectrum of mission profiles, ranging from reconnaissance and target jamming to precision strikes against both ground and aerial targets. Equipped with advanced sensors, connectivity solutions, and a diverse array of armaments, the Wingman stands poised to redefine the operational landscape of modern air forces.

While the Wingman model showcased at ILA Berlin represents the pinnacle of current technological innovation, it also serves as a catalyst for future design iterations. As with any pioneering concept, refinement and evolution are inevitable, with each generation of the Wingman poised to push the boundaries of aerial warfare even further.

MQ-28 Ghost Bat

Boeing introduced the MQ-28 Ghost Bat, an unmanned combat aerial vehicle (UCAV), which made its maiden flight in February 2021. Developed by Boeing Australia, the MQ-28 leverages artificial intelligence to serve as a force multiplier for manned fighter jets.

The Ghost Bat is engineered to operate in tandem with existing military aircraft, enhancing and extending the capabilities of airborne missions. This cost-effective UCAV is designed to work as an intelligent teammate, complementing and amplifying the effectiveness of manned operations in various mission profiles.

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Take First Glimpse of USAF B-21 Raider, Latest Nuclear Stealth Bomber

Take First Glimpse of USAF B-21 Raider, Latest Nuclear Stealth Bomber

The United States Air Force (USAF) has unveiled the first photographs of the Northrop Grumman B-21 Raider bomber in flight.

These images were captured during test flights conducted by the B-21 Combined Test Force at Edwards Air Force Base, marking a significant milestone in the development of this sixth-generation aircraft.

Currently undergoing flight tests in California, the B-21 Raider represents the next generation of stealth bombers. With an estimated cost of around $700 million per aircraft, the B-21 Raider is poised to become a crucial component of the USAF’s arsenal for conventional Long Range Strike missions.

According to Air Force briefings, the B-21 Raider will form part of a comprehensive family of systems, encompassing Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance capabilities, electronic warfare, communication systems, and more. Notably, the bomber will be nuclear-capable and adaptable for both manned and unmanned operations.

It boasts the flexibility to deploy a wide array of stand-off and direct-attack munitions, ensuring versatility in various combat scenarios. One of the B-21’s distinguishing features is its extensive integration of digital technology, as highlighted in discussions held during a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing.

Designed with an open systems architecture, the B-21 Raider is built to swiftly incorporate emerging technologies, ensuring its effectiveness against evolving threats over time. The B-21 Raider is slated to replace the aging B-1 Lancer and B-2 Spirit bombers, bolstering US national security objectives and providing reassurance to allies and partners worldwide.

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Aurora Flight Sciences Unveils Innovative X-Plane Design

Aurora Flight Sciences Unveils Innovative X-Plane Design

Aurora Flight Sciences, a Boeing company, has recently completed the conceptual design review for a groundbreaking high-speed, vertical lift X-plane.

This aircraft, part of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) program called Speed and Runway Independent Technologies (SPRINT), aims to demonstrate key technologies and integrated concepts that combine high speed with runway independence.

Aurora’s design features a low-drag, fan-in-wing demonstrator integrated into a blended wing body platform. This innovative approach merges the agility of vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) with exceptional speed capabilities.

The team is focused on ensuring the program’s success by setting the stage for successful flight demonstrations, showcasing a transformative capability for air mobility and Special Operations Forces (SOF) missions.

New renderings of the fan-in-wing (FIW) demonstrator show three lift fans, a more refined composite exterior, and an uncrewed cockpit. The decision to use three lift fans simplifies the demonstrator, streamlining its path to flight testing. This FIW technology can be scaled to incorporate four or more lift fans to meet future aircraft requirements, potentially leading to a new family of systems.

Additionally, while the current demonstrator is uncrewed to facilitate testing and reduce risk, the FIW technology is fully adaptable to crewed aircraft. Aurora’s concept is designed to meet or exceed DARPA’s challenging program objectives. The blended wing body platform is capable of a 450-knot cruise speed, and the embedded lift fans with integrated covers enable a smooth transition from vertical to horizontal flight.

The design also utilizes existing engine solutions, reducing development risks and timelines. Besides VTOL, the aircraft can perform short take-off and vertical landing (STOVL), super short take-off and landing (SSTOL), and conventional take-off and landing.

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