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The Best World Airlines of 2017

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These 25 airlines have proven themselves to be among the best with whom you should fly into 2018

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Fly the high skies with these world-class carriers.

Calling them “the friendly skies” doesn’t make it any less nerve-wracking to fly them. No matter how many flight survival tips you stick to, with flight delays, cramped space, crowded bookings, and the mystery that is airplane food, flying has the potential to be a horrible experience — but it doesn’t have to be.

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Airlines around the world work hard toward making the in-flight experience bearable, if not enjoyable, for their passengers. At the Paris Air Show this past summer, the Skytrax 2017 World Airline Awards announced exactly who succeeded the most in doing so. Known as “the Oscars of the aviation industry” the World Airline Awards judge 320 airlines from around the world based on passenger satisfaction surveys. Every aspect of the airline experience was covered, including all aspects of ground and cabin service, as well as onboard product. The winners were drawn from among airlines across Europe, Asia, and Oceania — North America, interestingly, was absent — and the list shifted quite a bit from last year. So if you’re looking to fly with the best in the coming year, here are the best world airlines of 2017.


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How to Make the Absolute Best Scrambled Eggs Ever

Medium-low heat is the key to the fluffy, creamy, melty texture of these eggs. We like to serve them when they’re still runny, but keep them on the stove for another 15 seconds if you prefer them completely set. Photo by Alex Lau

We believe strongly that "putting an egg on it" transforms almost anything into a meal. But lately we've turned our attention away from our beloved olive oil-fried egg and toward a soft sunny scramble.

We know what you're thinking: Do I really need a recipe for scrambled eggs? If you just want a plate of scrambled eggs, no. But if you want uniformly golden, soft on the verge of custardy, scrambled eggs, then yes. Yes, you do. Here's how we do it.


How to Make the Absolute Best Scrambled Eggs Ever

Medium-low heat is the key to the fluffy, creamy, melty texture of these eggs. We like to serve them when they’re still runny, but keep them on the stove for another 15 seconds if you prefer them completely set. Photo by Alex Lau

We believe strongly that "putting an egg on it" transforms almost anything into a meal. But lately we've turned our attention away from our beloved olive oil-fried egg and toward a soft sunny scramble.

We know what you're thinking: Do I really need a recipe for scrambled eggs? If you just want a plate of scrambled eggs, no. But if you want uniformly golden, soft on the verge of custardy, scrambled eggs, then yes. Yes, you do. Here's how we do it.


How to Make the Absolute Best Scrambled Eggs Ever

Medium-low heat is the key to the fluffy, creamy, melty texture of these eggs. We like to serve them when they’re still runny, but keep them on the stove for another 15 seconds if you prefer them completely set. Photo by Alex Lau

We believe strongly that "putting an egg on it" transforms almost anything into a meal. But lately we've turned our attention away from our beloved olive oil-fried egg and toward a soft sunny scramble.

We know what you're thinking: Do I really need a recipe for scrambled eggs? If you just want a plate of scrambled eggs, no. But if you want uniformly golden, soft on the verge of custardy, scrambled eggs, then yes. Yes, you do. Here's how we do it.


How to Make the Absolute Best Scrambled Eggs Ever

Medium-low heat is the key to the fluffy, creamy, melty texture of these eggs. We like to serve them when they’re still runny, but keep them on the stove for another 15 seconds if you prefer them completely set. Photo by Alex Lau

We believe strongly that "putting an egg on it" transforms almost anything into a meal. But lately we've turned our attention away from our beloved olive oil-fried egg and toward a soft sunny scramble.

We know what you're thinking: Do I really need a recipe for scrambled eggs? If you just want a plate of scrambled eggs, no. But if you want uniformly golden, soft on the verge of custardy, scrambled eggs, then yes. Yes, you do. Here's how we do it.


How to Make the Absolute Best Scrambled Eggs Ever

Medium-low heat is the key to the fluffy, creamy, melty texture of these eggs. We like to serve them when they’re still runny, but keep them on the stove for another 15 seconds if you prefer them completely set. Photo by Alex Lau

We believe strongly that "putting an egg on it" transforms almost anything into a meal. But lately we've turned our attention away from our beloved olive oil-fried egg and toward a soft sunny scramble.

We know what you're thinking: Do I really need a recipe for scrambled eggs? If you just want a plate of scrambled eggs, no. But if you want uniformly golden, soft on the verge of custardy, scrambled eggs, then yes. Yes, you do. Here's how we do it.


How to Make the Absolute Best Scrambled Eggs Ever

Medium-low heat is the key to the fluffy, creamy, melty texture of these eggs. We like to serve them when they’re still runny, but keep them on the stove for another 15 seconds if you prefer them completely set. Photo by Alex Lau

We believe strongly that "putting an egg on it" transforms almost anything into a meal. But lately we've turned our attention away from our beloved olive oil-fried egg and toward a soft sunny scramble.

We know what you're thinking: Do I really need a recipe for scrambled eggs? If you just want a plate of scrambled eggs, no. But if you want uniformly golden, soft on the verge of custardy, scrambled eggs, then yes. Yes, you do. Here's how we do it.


How to Make the Absolute Best Scrambled Eggs Ever

Medium-low heat is the key to the fluffy, creamy, melty texture of these eggs. We like to serve them when they’re still runny, but keep them on the stove for another 15 seconds if you prefer them completely set. Photo by Alex Lau

We believe strongly that "putting an egg on it" transforms almost anything into a meal. But lately we've turned our attention away from our beloved olive oil-fried egg and toward a soft sunny scramble.

We know what you're thinking: Do I really need a recipe for scrambled eggs? If you just want a plate of scrambled eggs, no. But if you want uniformly golden, soft on the verge of custardy, scrambled eggs, then yes. Yes, you do. Here's how we do it.


How to Make the Absolute Best Scrambled Eggs Ever

Medium-low heat is the key to the fluffy, creamy, melty texture of these eggs. We like to serve them when they’re still runny, but keep them on the stove for another 15 seconds if you prefer them completely set. Photo by Alex Lau

We believe strongly that "putting an egg on it" transforms almost anything into a meal. But lately we've turned our attention away from our beloved olive oil-fried egg and toward a soft sunny scramble.

We know what you're thinking: Do I really need a recipe for scrambled eggs? If you just want a plate of scrambled eggs, no. But if you want uniformly golden, soft on the verge of custardy, scrambled eggs, then yes. Yes, you do. Here's how we do it.


How to Make the Absolute Best Scrambled Eggs Ever

Medium-low heat is the key to the fluffy, creamy, melty texture of these eggs. We like to serve them when they’re still runny, but keep them on the stove for another 15 seconds if you prefer them completely set. Photo by Alex Lau

We believe strongly that "putting an egg on it" transforms almost anything into a meal. But lately we've turned our attention away from our beloved olive oil-fried egg and toward a soft sunny scramble.

We know what you're thinking: Do I really need a recipe for scrambled eggs? If you just want a plate of scrambled eggs, no. But if you want uniformly golden, soft on the verge of custardy, scrambled eggs, then yes. Yes, you do. Here's how we do it.



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