Emirates has been named the best airline in the Europe, Middle East and Africa region, in a new poll

Emirates has been recognised as the best airline in the Europe, Middle East and Africa region, by readers of Frequent Business Traveler.

The carrier is the national airline of Dubai and has recently revealed plans to increase capacity on its UK flights and now holidaymakers and business travellers can rest assured they will be flying in style.

Jonathan Spira, editorial director of the publication, said the magazine’s staff strive to meet the requirements of – and tailor their work to – the people who travel often and have great knowledge of the airline and tourism industry.

“Their very selective preferences and extensive patronage of hotels, airlines and everything travel-related make their votes particularly meaningful,” he remarked

Award nominees in 20 different categories were made by the publication’s editorial team of seasoned travel journalists. Public voting was then carried out online from March 1st to May 15th, with nearly 50,000 votes being cast.

Written by Anthony Nicholson

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