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In every category of our awards, Singapore Airlines
consistently outpaces the pack. Even though its scores went down—slightly—since
2010, it still beats the competition, thanks to innovations such as in-flight Wi-Fi,
entertainment systems that allow you to play your own video and audio through
your iPod, and USB ports for all passengers. But it’s the famous in-flight
service—credit the legendary Singapore Girl in her sarong designed by Parisian
couturier Pierre Balmain—that still keeps the rest of the pack at bay. —Everett Potter

World's Best Airlines 2011

No. 1 Singapore Airlines

In every category of our awards, Singapore Airlines
consistently outpaces the pack. Even though its scores went down—slightly—since
2010, it still beats the competition, thanks to innovations such as in-flight Wi-Fi,
entertainment systems that allow you to play your own video and audio through
your iPod, and USB ports for all passengers. But it’s the famous in-flight
service—credit the legendary Singapore Girl in her sarong designed by Parisian
couturier Pierre Balmain—that still keeps the rest of the pack at bay. —Everett Potter

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World's Best Airlines 2011

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