People booking flights to Thailand or India may be pleased to hear that Singapore Airlines has performed well in 2009.

Anyone who is looking for flights to India or Australia may want to consider travelling with Singapore Airlines after the carrier received a host of industry awards in 2009.

In a global survey conducted by the Official Airline Guide (OAG), the company came top among frequent business travellers.

It also received the accolade of OAG airline of the year for the seventh time at the organisation’s industry awards in 2009.

Other notable successes include being named the best global airline for the 21st consecutive year in a poll of readers of the Conde Nast Traveller and being rated as the best Asian airline in the Business Traveller UK Reader’s Poll Awards.

The carrier commented: “In the midst of these challenging times, the airline has upheld its commitment to invest in product and service development.”

It added that the awards are a reflection of the dedication among its staff.

Singapore Airlines was founded in 1947 and has developed into a world-renowned carrier with a reputation for excellent service on all its flights.

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