Air India: For the people who insist that travelling is all about the distance of Journey, it is said that it really depends on which carrier you are flying. If the carrier reaches the comfort and all other factors that will bring the passenger a good journey it will not be considered as a bad journey and long journeys.
Apart from the interior luxury like the cabin space and the quality of service, delay of the service is mainly considered in the airway journeys. The passenger flies the wrong airline and then odds of a delay are as high as 55 percent and if the passenger choose the right one and that number shrinks way down to just 11 percent. That’s enough to make or break a vacation’s spell, no matter where you’re sitting on the plane or how luxury flight you are taking.
Air India Ranked Third Worst Performing Airlines in the World
All International Airlines Status
For every year the aviation insights the company Flight status that put together the list of the International airlines with the best on-time performance records. The worst 10 International Airlines of 2016 are given as
- Hainan Airlines – 30.3 percent
- Korean Air – 31.74 percent
- Air China – 32.73 percent
- Hong Kong Airlines – 33.42 percent
- China Eastern Airlines – 35.8 percent
- Asiana Airlines – 37.46 percent
- Philippine Airlines – 38.33 percent
- Air India – 38.71 percent
- Icelandair – 41.05 percent
- El Al – 56 percent
Along with the worst International Airlines, the aviation also insights the Best 10 International Airlines of 2016, they are given as
- Qantas – 15.7 percent
- TAM LinhasAereas – 14.93 percent
- Delta Air Lines – 14.83 percent
- Singapore Airlines – 14.55 percent
- ANA – 14.46 percent
- Austrian – 14.26 percent
- Qatar Airways – 13.66 percent
- JAL – 12.2 percent
- Iberia – 11.82 percent
- KLM – 11.47 percent
- Air India is the worst Airlines in the world after Icelandair and EI AI.
- The entire list by aviation Insights Company based on best on-time performance.
- KLM, Iberia, Japan Airlines rank as top three airlines in the world.