The Conde Nast Reader's Travel Awards 2014 are in and BA gets all the honors.

It gets the two 1st places for world's best airline, in the short-haul and in the long-haul categories.

It was already topping the ranking last year for former.

In the long-haul category, Virgin Atlantic is seeing a big jump, from 6th to 2nd, showing once more that it understand product—remains to be seen what will happen now that it is modifying its routes to adapt to Delta's strategy. 

Emirates goes from Gold to Bronze, which is not totally surprising: with massive growth, it's tough to maintain a lead in customer service (though they do amazingly well!). It's also becoming less generous with upgrades, and that might impact its perception (who doesn't love a free upgrade?).

In the short-haul category, Turkish at #2 is once more showing that it is the airlines that's rising faster than any other. It's impressive how, in a few years, the image and the product of the company has totally be altered. It's a true world-class contender and I'm loving it.

Unsurprisingly, Alitalia is gone in the rankings, edged by such low-costs as Monarch. EasyJet maintains its 10th place (and, having flown with them recently, deservedly so).

Here are the full rankings:

Best Airline, Long-Haul

  1. British Airways
  2. Virgin Atlantic
  3. Emirates
  4. Singapore Airlines
  5. Etihad Airways
  6. Qatar Airways
  7. Air New Zealand
  8. Cathay Pacific
  9. Thai Airways
  10. Air France 

Best Airline, Short-Haul

  1. British Airways
  2. Turkish Airlines
  3. Lufthansa
  4. Swiss International Air Lines
  5. Aer Lingus
  6. Air France
  7. Jet2
  8. Monarch Airlines
  9. SAS
  10. easyJet