20/12/2012

Which? Reveals Ryanair Is Worst Airline

Ryanair came bottom of the table for short-haul airlines with a score of 34%, a new survey by Which? Travel has revealed.

It scored particularly poorly for its baggage allowance, boarding arrangements, seating allocation, food and drinks, with only a one-star satisfaction rating in each of these categories.

Swiss International Airlines came top with a customer score of 82%.

Turkish Airlines, Lufthansa and Aer Lingus were close behind.

(CD)

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