Turkish Airlines was named "Europe's Best Airline Company" for the fourth consecutive year on Tuesday, according to Skytrax's 2014 passenger evaluations. The airline, which offers "Flying Chef " luxury meals to business class passengers on long flights, was described as having the "World's Best Business Class Airline Catering" and the "World's Best Business Class Airline Lounge Dining" in 2014. The awards were announced at the Farnborough Airshow, in Hampshire, southern England.
Skytrax top manager Edward Plaisted presented the award to Turkish Airlines' General Director, Temel Kotil. Skytrax is a U.K-based airline rating company that determines the best airlines according to passenger satisfaction surveys. Turkish Airlines received four stars in 2007 for passenger satisfaction and high-quality service after Skytrax's evaluations.