Vacation time is just around the corner and travelers are looking for the best airline cabins. Top competitors have been creating flying experiences as something to look forward to in the journey of tourists and vacationers.

An independent safety and product rating website, according to Telegraph and Daily Mail, has released their top picks for 2017. The rankings are based on the space that is given to the passengers, innovations in each class, and product and safety reviews by critics and consumers.

The website's editor-in-chief, Geoffrey Thomas explained further, "In economy class, for example, we looked at seat pitch and width as one of our parameters." He said, "But seat design also plays a role and some of the newer seats can offer more legroom for the same seat pitch. And, of course, service is also important - even at this end of the plane."

From first class to business class to economy class these airlines are recognized for their great work. Here we give you the awarded airlines who showed exemplary performance in their field.

Topping the list for the first-class category is the airline that recently launched their three-room "penthouse in the sky" on their A380 aircraft called The Residence Suite, Etihad Airways. Their first-class cabins have a 6ft 10in bed, an armchair, a full-length wardrobe, onboard shower and closed doors for privacy accompanied with a seven-course tasting menu and fine wine list to choose from.

Virgin Australia is in the lead for the business class category. praised the "triple-layer seat cushion supported by a hammock sub-frame, which almost guarantees perfect slumber" type of bed. They also offer plenty of personal space for your gadgets.

In the economy class category, Singapore Airlines, according to the rating site has always been in the lead. Since the 60s, the innovation of the airlines has never stopped. Its A350 along with the new seats continues upgrading its industry-leading in-flight entertainment system.