Worst to best airlines for traveling in 2013
Customer satisfaction with airlines decreased this past year, according to the annual Airline Quality Rating.
The report, which is analyzed by professors from Purdue and Wichita State Universities, rates airlines in four categories: On-time, denied boardings, mishandled baggage and customer complaints. The higher the number in each of these categories, except for on-time, the lower the score.
This is the 23rd year of the report, which uses the data taken from the Department of Transportation's Air Travel Consumer Report.
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