LATES NEWS – For those who insist that traveling is all about the journey, we say this: It really depends on which carrier you’re flying.
Aside from variations in cabins and service quality, there’s the major concern of how likely you are to get delayed. Fly on the wrong airline and your odds of a delay are as high as 55 per cent; choose the right one and that number shrinks way down to just 11 per cent. That’s enough to make or break a vacation’s spell, no matter where you’re sitting on the plane. But how do you know which airlines to steer clear of, and which ones to prioritise?
Every year, the aviation insights company FlightStats puts together a list of the international airlines with the best on-time performance records.
In the worst 10 international airlines of 2016 list, based on on-time performance records, Air India comes third after El Al and Icelandair. The best list was topped by KLM Airlines. Iberia and JAL came second and third, respectively. READ MORE