do you Hate to sit with the knees under the chin and be served hundeæde of a very little overskudsagtig flight attendant, when you fly from A to B?
But you're missing the overview of what the airlines really are the worst and the best? So there thankfully just landed a brand new survey on the issue.
the List is made of Which? Travel, which annually publishes lists of best and worst airlines. In this instance, they have asked more than 6500 travelers rate airlines.
The survey is among other things, been asked for the factors on board such as comfort, entertainment, value for money, as well as food and drink. Also, the many respondents been asked to rate the boarding process, punctuality and customer service.
On the lists, there is a distinction between the routes, dealing with, respectively, the short and long routes.
And which companies it is so, one should avoid travel, if you want the best experience?
At a very unflattering place on the list of the worst airlines on short routes you will find RyanAir, with a score of 44 percent out of 100.
In the first place is American Airlines with 48 percent, and in third place you will find Etihad Airways with 56 percent.
Although the list is new, it is according to the editor of the Which? Travel old news that companies such as RyanAir, British Airways and American Airlines fails when it comes to standards.
"Year after year, continue the same sinners to sink even lower down. But for many of us, there is also a choice to make," he says according to The Sun, and continues:
"You don't need to continue to use the same companies, that have let you down and has gone down in quality, even though you have loved it."
But which companies it is so, one should go for if you want to have the absolute best flyoplevelse?
On the short travel scores Aurigny Air Services are the highest with 82 percent out of 100. Then comes Jet2, with 79 percent and SAS with 74 percent.
If you are on a longer flight, should one - if one follows the list - go for Singapore Airlines, which scores 88 percent.
a close second, with 79 percent Quatar Airlines, and in third place the Emirates with a 76 percent.Updated Date: 20 December 2019, 03:00