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 still ranks 1st
Qatar Airways retain their lead in June, even with a 22% decrease in total social media interactions. Emirates had an even slower month, displaying a 26% decrease in their totals at just over 863.000 interactions, while KLM Royal Dutch Airlines found their way into the Top 3 with a notable 18% increase in interactions—giving them just enough of a boost to edge out Turkish Airlines!
Speaking of Qatar Airways, here’s their viral video which took in nearly 219.000 total social media interactions and over 4 million views on Instagram… a musical advert featuring the vocal talents of Nicole Scherzinger and the ever-popular topic of this year’s World Cup:
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