Top 10 Business Class Seats

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The World’s Ten Best Business Class Airline Seats

See which airlines have the best and most comfortable seats in Business Class on their widebody planes used for medium and long haul flights. Singapore Airlines is named the World’s Best Business Class airline seat by customers in 2016.

The Best Business Airline Seat ratings are based on the global Skytrax Customer Satisfaction Survey, as published in the » WORLD AIRLINE AWARDS.

The Best Business Class Airline Seats in 2016

  1. Singapore Airlines
  2. Qatar Airways
  3. Etihad Airways
  4. Japan Airlines
  5. EVA Air
  6. ANA All Nippon Airways
  7. Cathay Pacific
  8. Oman Air
  9. Air France
  10. Swiss

Source: 2016 World Airline Awards

View full results at the » World Airline Awards.

Flat-bed or angled-flat seats ?

Full flat-bed seats are now the Benchmark standard for long haul Business class airline travel, and for travellers wanting to get the best sleep during the flight this should be the product type that you seek out. Angled-flat seats are still provided by quite a lot of airlines, and whilst they claim that with the incline of an aircraft inflight the seats will not feel angled, the reality is that these seats can be uncomfortable for sleeping. Many passengers report that they slowly slide down the angled seat, and that proper rest is hard to come by.

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About the World Airline Awards

The SKYTRAX World Airline Awards are most coveted Quality accolades for the world airline industry.

Travellers across the globe take part each year in the world’s largest international airline passenger satisfaction survey to decide the award winners. The Survey covers full-service and low-cost airlines, and measures standards across 41 key performance indicators of airline front-line product and service.