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IndiGo Adjudged Best Low-Cost Airline in Central Asia, Qatar Airways Tops World Ranking

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Skytrax, the specialist research advisors to the air transport industry, recently declared the ranking forairlines and airports from across the world. Among the leading airlines in the world featured India's IndiGo Airlines, which was adjudged the best low-cost airline in central Asia.

The World's best airlines ranking, which was topped by the Qatar airways featured IndiGo at the 44th position. In addition to IndiGo, two other Indian airlines made the cut to the top 100 airlines list. While Jet Airways was ranked as the 76th best globally, SpiceJet featured at the 94th position in the list.

According to a press release from Skytrax, "Indian low cost airline IndiGo was once again named as the Best Low Cost Airline in Central Asia/India at the 2015 Skytrax World Airline Awards in Paris."

The release further said that it is "the sixth time the New Delhi-based airline has been voted as the top low cost airline in this expansive region".

In addition to the ranking of the airlines, Skytrax also conducted a rating of the airports across the world wherein three from India featured in the top 100 list.

The Indira Gandhi International Airport in the national capital, which was ranked 58, was followed closely by the Bengaluru Airport at the 64th position. The third entry from India was the Hyderabad Airport, ranked 70 in the list. Singapore Changi airport topped the ranking.



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