Best Airlines in the world: AirIndia is the third worst airlines in the world – FlightStats Report

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Best Airlines in the world: The famous airline, AirIndia has been ranked third in the list of the worst performing airlines across the world. Aviation insights company, FlightStats has released a list of the best and worst performing airlines all over the world like each year.

Best Airlines in the world 2016, report released by FlightStats company

Best Airlines in the world: AirIndia is the third worst airlines in the world - FlightStats Report

The list is made keeping in view the delays in the flights and the cancellations done. Here’s the complete list of the report by the FlightStats company that lists the worst and best airlines across the globe and indicates which airline flights are most likely to be delayed and which are not.

10 best airlines of 2016 and the likelihood of flights being delayed for each airline

1. KLM – 11.47 percent
2. Iberia – 11.82 percent
3. JAL – 12.2 percent
4. Qatar Airways – 13.66 percent
5. Austrian – 14.26 percent
6.ANA – 14.46 percent
7. Singapore Airlines – 14.55 percent
8. Delta Air Lines – 14.83 percent
9. TAM Linhas Aereas – 14.93 percent
10. Qantas – 15.7 percent

10 worst airlines for 2016 and the likelihood of flights being delayed for each airline

1. El Al – 56 percent
2. Icelandair – 41.05 percent
3. Air India – 38.71 percent
4. Philippine Airlines – 38.33 percent
5. Asiana Airlines – 37.46 percent
6. China Eastern Airlines – 35.8 percent
7. Hong Kong Airlines – 33.42 percent
8. Air China – 32.73 percent
9. Korean Air – 31.74 percent
10. Hainan Airlines – 30.3 percent

“We stitch data together from 500 different sources”, Jim Hetzel, vice president of aviation and distribution at FlightStats said as he told that creating the list keeping in view the various aspects is a very tedious task.

“We’ve built the technology and logic to sort that out and validate information across multiple sources. It’s a pretty interesting process…I’m seeing a big improvement in overall performance across the board as the industry becomes more and more competitive.”
-Jim Hetzel

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