Best Airlines in America

Best Airlines in America

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/4″][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]Best Airlines in America. It has a huge population which is always on the move, travelling for numerous reasons, now they try to provide you with the best options, the most reasonable, comfortable and easiest transportation. America has a huge list of Airlines. Let’s have a look at the best airlines ranked according to Forbes. It goes as follows; Alaska Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Delta Airlines, United Airlines, Frontier Airlines, American Airlines, Spirit Airlines, JetBlue and then Hawaiian airlines.

Let’s start with the top-ranked, Alaska Airlines.  It has the most comfortable cabins and has a frequent flyer program (the best in the U.S).  There’s no one reason why it’s considered to be the best.  May it be On-Time arrivals, airfare, baggage handling, customer satisfaction or its frequent flyer program, they never seem to disappoint.  The second best being the Southwest Airlines, they have the baggage and change fees, is the top in customer satisfaction. Southwest gains in two key areas — lower airfare and an increase in the size of its already substantial route network.  The third in the race would be Delta Airlines.  Although it didn’t end up as first it still was able to grab a more than a respectable medal for them.

Its persuadable lounge rates and routes along with their low bump rates. Lower then this on the fourth position is the United Airlines.  It used to be a lot lower in the timeline a few years ago but worked hard on what they provided and excelled up with the help of their amazing lounges and – hard to believe – but it keeps its bump rate low now compared to last year’s numbers.  Let’s hop onto the Frontier Airlines, right in the middle of the ranking table at number 5! Although it used to represent the best value, their passengers are now giving up the cabin satisfaction over time lights. Not surprisingly, they had the highest rate of complaints per passenger. Let’s head over to the American Airlines, the sixth in line.  Destination airports, lounges, low bump rates, high frequent flyer; sometimes even all of this is not enough to satisfy the customers. It still didn’t make up for its on-time and cancellation scores; also the customer satisfaction rate is very low. It is said they have the worst baggage handling policies.


Best Airlines in America
Photo: Shutterstock


Now, 7th in line is Spirit Airlines. They didn’t offer a lot of destinations and also had very little services when it came to lounge and cabin comfort.  Although they had a good baggage handling team had a good value for what you pain (only if you didn’t find all the noise and whistles and bells) They also had the second-worst frequent flyer program.  Last two Airlines are JetBlue and the Hawaiian Airlines, they really don’t have much good in the. JetBlue has high cancellation and delay rates, although they do have comfortable cabins for the passengers. The Hawaiian Airlines although do make sure you get to your destination on time what’s the use if you don’t have a lot of options to go to. Also, they barely have lounges.


If you ever travel you should go only for the top three, at most 4 Airlines to have a comfortable and good experience. Cheerio![/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/4″][/vc_column][/vc_row]

Similar Posts