Airlines play a vital role in the world of pageantry. They are one of the most reliable sponsors of Big4 pageants offering both cash and services. They ferry candidates to the host cities and in most cases they did so for free. They also offer free tickets as part of the prize for the Big4 winner. Without the support of airlines, Big4 pageants would probably cease to exist. It is therefore morally right for pageantry enthusiasts to support airlines that support Big4 pageants. Here, Missosology featured the airlines responsible for transporting the Big4 Queens from their home countries to the pageant venue.






Miss World 2014 Rolene Strauss chose South African Airways, her country’s flag carrier. She was seen visiting the airlines’ booth at an exhibit weeks before she competed in London. On her way to the Miss World contest , Rolene boarded SA234 from Johannesburg to London where upon her arrival she met Miss World Peru at the Heathrow’s Queen’s Terminal. South African Airways connects major African cities to Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town. It also flies to major cities such as New York, Hongkong and Frankfurt. CLICK HERE FOR MORE 




Miss International 2014 Valerie Hernandez took American Airlines flight AA175 from Dallas to Tokyo which is a long 13 hour flight. Valerie connected via Dallas in the state of Texas. The airline calls Dallas-Forth Worth as its hub and connects American cities to several key destinations around the world. CLICK HERE FOR MORE




Miss Universe 2014 Paulina Vega flew with her country’s flag carrier which is Avianca (Aerovías del Continente Americano S.A.). For Paulina, it is the safest and easiest way to fly from Bogota to Miami. Avianca has merged with TACA (an airline that focuses on South and Central America) which gives the airline extensive network not only in Colombia but also in the entire Latin America. CLICK HERE FOR MORE 






Miss Earth 2014 Jamie Herrell need not to travel that far to compete at Miss Earth pageant but her airline of choice is clearly Philippine Airlines. She is seen here aboard a Philippine Airlines flight on her way to a Miss Philippines Earth 2015 event to be held in the northern Philippines. Philippine Airlines is also a proud sponsor of the Miss Earth pageant for several years. Philippines Airlines is the national carrier of the Philippines and flies to major cities such as London, New York, Hongkong, Beijing, Singapore and Tokyo. CLICK HERE FOR MORE


Comments are closed.