Turkey’s Atlasglobal certified as 4-star airline by Skytrax
Turkey’s Atlasglobal has been certified as a 4-star airline by the international air transport rating organization Skytrax, the company announced in a release on Dec. 5.
The airline received full marks from Skytrax for its ease of online reservations, seat configuration, on-board catering and products, and service system, according to the release.
In the inspections carried out by Skytrax it was noted that Atlasglobal was one of the world’s most prestigious airlines, with a very strong product and service performance in the short-to medium-haul business and economy class categories.
“Skytrax, which is the aviation sector’s most respected airline rating company, awarded full marks to Atlasglobal in a number of areas and rewarded it with its ‘4 Star Airline Company Certificate,’” the company said.
At the award ceremony, Atlasglobal Chair Murat Ersoy received the certificate from Skytrax CEO Edward Plaisted, according to the release.
“It has only been three years since we unleashed ourselves on to the global scheduled flight market. It is a huge responsibility for us to achieve such an important award at our first assessment, to represent our country’s hospitality on the international stage and to be able to continue this progress at the same time. As we move forward on this path to excellence, we have by our side the Sancak Catering Company and Çelebi Ground Services Company, who have played an enormous role as stake-holders in our success. I would like to thank them for their co-operation and hard work,” Ersoy said.
Atlasglobal flies to more than 50 destinations in 35 different countries, according to the company.
Introduced in 1999, Skytrax conducts the leading international airline rating system that classifies airlines by the quality of front-line product and staff service standards. Airline Star Ratings are recognized as a global benchmark of airline standards, according to data on the Skytrax website.