Storyclash ranks the most important airlines on their Social Media presence based on the online content with the most social media interactions on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. Interactions are summarized from all likes, shares, comments and reactions obtained by trending articles. Only passenger air carriers will be considered in this airline ranking, therefore no cargo airlines are listed.
Qatar Airways leads the sky again
While the airline dropped to 2nd place back in April, Qatar Airways has regained air supremacy this month. Switching positions with Emirates, Qatar amassed an equally impressive number of social media interactions as their UAE competitor did one month ago, with a total of 1.563.719 in May. That marks a +139% increase, an achievement which can be traced to their infectious top post: a promotional Instagram music video themed after the current FIFA World Cup tournament!
Meanwhile, both Singapore Airlines and Turkish Airlines ranked up in the Top 5, pushing KLM Royal Dutch Airlines down to fifth place. Interested in watching Qatar Airways‘ viral video? Look no further:
Note: You can switch between the different content-types in the Top Posts section below. You can also click on the posts to view them.
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