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8 of the Worst Airlines for Food

8 of the Worst Airlines for Food


These 8 airlines offer no real food, or food so bad you’ll wish you never ordered it

Who's responsible for this traveling travesty?

What’s the deal with airline food?

No, we’re not quoting a line from a stand-up comedian’s set; we’re asking a legitimate question. You know how we know this? Because plenty of airlines offer good food nowadays — even in coach.

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Almost as bad as having lousy food is having no food at all. Some airlines, including major American carriers, don’t provide anything other than peanuts or pretzels, even if passengers are willing to pay. This is inexcusable. We get that airplanes aren’t restaurants, but when you’re going to be stuck in a giant metal tube for several hours, a little sustenance between gates would be nice.

With more than 350 commercial carriers in the world, we couldn’t possibly touch on or evaluate every single one — especially some of the more obscure regional airlines. (Try this site for looking up specific companies.) Instead, this list combines some of the most notorious offenders in the world and some sad situations found on airlines you’ve probably already flown with. These are eight of the worst airlines for food.


The 15 Worst Airlines in the World

Getting there is half the fun, they say. But nothing ruins a vacation like a bad flight. AirHelp, a for-profit agency that helps passengers get compensated for delayed or canceled flights, has just released its rankings of 72 major global airlines.

Using a comprehensive database of flight statistics and tens of thousands of customer opinions, carriers were rated in three areas&mdashon-time performance, quality of service on the flight and claims processing of canceled or delayed flights. (Flights were considered on-time if they departed within 15 minutes of the published departure time, and arrived within 15 minutes of the slated arrival time.)

Qatar Airways maintained the number one spot it held in 2018, with a high rate of on-time flights, exceptional service and speedy and effective processing of claims.

On the other end of the spectrum, budget carriers like Ryanair, easyjet and Norwegian Air landed on the bottom of AirHelp's list, scoring poorly on punctuality, service and claims processing. A number of the lowest rated airlines made headlines this year for mistreatment of passengers: Ryanair, for example. was criticized for not paying out compensation after a pilot's strike caused massive cancelations.

"Airlines are dealing with a new type of traveler&mdasheducated, increasingly aware of her needs and rights, and able to choose between a broad range of air carriers," said AirHelp CEO Henrik Zillmer in a statement.

Nobody likes finding out their flight is canceled, says Zillmer, but if airlines process compensation claims quickly and without hassle, they can still earn customers' trust.

"It is clear the global airline industry is in need of significant improvement," he added, "with overbooked flights and cancellations making national headlines month after month, and the consistent mistreatment of passengers."

Below, the 15 worst-scoring airlines on AirHelp's global airline survey. Have you booked a flight on one of these carriers?


The 15 Worst Airlines in the World

Getting there is half the fun, they say. But nothing ruins a vacation like a bad flight. AirHelp, a for-profit agency that helps passengers get compensated for delayed or canceled flights, has just released its rankings of 72 major global airlines.

Using a comprehensive database of flight statistics and tens of thousands of customer opinions, carriers were rated in three areas&mdashon-time performance, quality of service on the flight and claims processing of canceled or delayed flights. (Flights were considered on-time if they departed within 15 minutes of the published departure time, and arrived within 15 minutes of the slated arrival time.)

Qatar Airways maintained the number one spot it held in 2018, with a high rate of on-time flights, exceptional service and speedy and effective processing of claims.

On the other end of the spectrum, budget carriers like Ryanair, easyjet and Norwegian Air landed on the bottom of AirHelp's list, scoring poorly on punctuality, service and claims processing. A number of the lowest rated airlines made headlines this year for mistreatment of passengers: Ryanair, for example. was criticized for not paying out compensation after a pilot's strike caused massive cancelations.

"Airlines are dealing with a new type of traveler&mdasheducated, increasingly aware of her needs and rights, and able to choose between a broad range of air carriers," said AirHelp CEO Henrik Zillmer in a statement.

Nobody likes finding out their flight is canceled, says Zillmer, but if airlines process compensation claims quickly and without hassle, they can still earn customers' trust.

"It is clear the global airline industry is in need of significant improvement," he added, "with overbooked flights and cancellations making national headlines month after month, and the consistent mistreatment of passengers."

Below, the 15 worst-scoring airlines on AirHelp's global airline survey. Have you booked a flight on one of these carriers?


The 15 Worst Airlines in the World

Getting there is half the fun, they say. But nothing ruins a vacation like a bad flight. AirHelp, a for-profit agency that helps passengers get compensated for delayed or canceled flights, has just released its rankings of 72 major global airlines.

Using a comprehensive database of flight statistics and tens of thousands of customer opinions, carriers were rated in three areas&mdashon-time performance, quality of service on the flight and claims processing of canceled or delayed flights. (Flights were considered on-time if they departed within 15 minutes of the published departure time, and arrived within 15 minutes of the slated arrival time.)

Qatar Airways maintained the number one spot it held in 2018, with a high rate of on-time flights, exceptional service and speedy and effective processing of claims.

On the other end of the spectrum, budget carriers like Ryanair, easyjet and Norwegian Air landed on the bottom of AirHelp's list, scoring poorly on punctuality, service and claims processing. A number of the lowest rated airlines made headlines this year for mistreatment of passengers: Ryanair, for example. was criticized for not paying out compensation after a pilot's strike caused massive cancelations.

"Airlines are dealing with a new type of traveler&mdasheducated, increasingly aware of her needs and rights, and able to choose between a broad range of air carriers," said AirHelp CEO Henrik Zillmer in a statement.

Nobody likes finding out their flight is canceled, says Zillmer, but if airlines process compensation claims quickly and without hassle, they can still earn customers' trust.

"It is clear the global airline industry is in need of significant improvement," he added, "with overbooked flights and cancellations making national headlines month after month, and the consistent mistreatment of passengers."

Below, the 15 worst-scoring airlines on AirHelp's global airline survey. Have you booked a flight on one of these carriers?


The 15 Worst Airlines in the World

Getting there is half the fun, they say. But nothing ruins a vacation like a bad flight. AirHelp, a for-profit agency that helps passengers get compensated for delayed or canceled flights, has just released its rankings of 72 major global airlines.

Using a comprehensive database of flight statistics and tens of thousands of customer opinions, carriers were rated in three areas&mdashon-time performance, quality of service on the flight and claims processing of canceled or delayed flights. (Flights were considered on-time if they departed within 15 minutes of the published departure time, and arrived within 15 minutes of the slated arrival time.)

Qatar Airways maintained the number one spot it held in 2018, with a high rate of on-time flights, exceptional service and speedy and effective processing of claims.

On the other end of the spectrum, budget carriers like Ryanair, easyjet and Norwegian Air landed on the bottom of AirHelp's list, scoring poorly on punctuality, service and claims processing. A number of the lowest rated airlines made headlines this year for mistreatment of passengers: Ryanair, for example. was criticized for not paying out compensation after a pilot's strike caused massive cancelations.

"Airlines are dealing with a new type of traveler&mdasheducated, increasingly aware of her needs and rights, and able to choose between a broad range of air carriers," said AirHelp CEO Henrik Zillmer in a statement.

Nobody likes finding out their flight is canceled, says Zillmer, but if airlines process compensation claims quickly and without hassle, they can still earn customers' trust.

"It is clear the global airline industry is in need of significant improvement," he added, "with overbooked flights and cancellations making national headlines month after month, and the consistent mistreatment of passengers."

Below, the 15 worst-scoring airlines on AirHelp's global airline survey. Have you booked a flight on one of these carriers?


The 15 Worst Airlines in the World

Getting there is half the fun, they say. But nothing ruins a vacation like a bad flight. AirHelp, a for-profit agency that helps passengers get compensated for delayed or canceled flights, has just released its rankings of 72 major global airlines.

Using a comprehensive database of flight statistics and tens of thousands of customer opinions, carriers were rated in three areas&mdashon-time performance, quality of service on the flight and claims processing of canceled or delayed flights. (Flights were considered on-time if they departed within 15 minutes of the published departure time, and arrived within 15 minutes of the slated arrival time.)

Qatar Airways maintained the number one spot it held in 2018, with a high rate of on-time flights, exceptional service and speedy and effective processing of claims.

On the other end of the spectrum, budget carriers like Ryanair, easyjet and Norwegian Air landed on the bottom of AirHelp's list, scoring poorly on punctuality, service and claims processing. A number of the lowest rated airlines made headlines this year for mistreatment of passengers: Ryanair, for example. was criticized for not paying out compensation after a pilot's strike caused massive cancelations.

"Airlines are dealing with a new type of traveler&mdasheducated, increasingly aware of her needs and rights, and able to choose between a broad range of air carriers," said AirHelp CEO Henrik Zillmer in a statement.

Nobody likes finding out their flight is canceled, says Zillmer, but if airlines process compensation claims quickly and without hassle, they can still earn customers' trust.

"It is clear the global airline industry is in need of significant improvement," he added, "with overbooked flights and cancellations making national headlines month after month, and the consistent mistreatment of passengers."

Below, the 15 worst-scoring airlines on AirHelp's global airline survey. Have you booked a flight on one of these carriers?


The 15 Worst Airlines in the World

Getting there is half the fun, they say. But nothing ruins a vacation like a bad flight. AirHelp, a for-profit agency that helps passengers get compensated for delayed or canceled flights, has just released its rankings of 72 major global airlines.

Using a comprehensive database of flight statistics and tens of thousands of customer opinions, carriers were rated in three areas&mdashon-time performance, quality of service on the flight and claims processing of canceled or delayed flights. (Flights were considered on-time if they departed within 15 minutes of the published departure time, and arrived within 15 minutes of the slated arrival time.)

Qatar Airways maintained the number one spot it held in 2018, with a high rate of on-time flights, exceptional service and speedy and effective processing of claims.

On the other end of the spectrum, budget carriers like Ryanair, easyjet and Norwegian Air landed on the bottom of AirHelp's list, scoring poorly on punctuality, service and claims processing. A number of the lowest rated airlines made headlines this year for mistreatment of passengers: Ryanair, for example. was criticized for not paying out compensation after a pilot's strike caused massive cancelations.

"Airlines are dealing with a new type of traveler&mdasheducated, increasingly aware of her needs and rights, and able to choose between a broad range of air carriers," said AirHelp CEO Henrik Zillmer in a statement.

Nobody likes finding out their flight is canceled, says Zillmer, but if airlines process compensation claims quickly and without hassle, they can still earn customers' trust.

"It is clear the global airline industry is in need of significant improvement," he added, "with overbooked flights and cancellations making national headlines month after month, and the consistent mistreatment of passengers."

Below, the 15 worst-scoring airlines on AirHelp's global airline survey. Have you booked a flight on one of these carriers?


The 15 Worst Airlines in the World

Getting there is half the fun, they say. But nothing ruins a vacation like a bad flight. AirHelp, a for-profit agency that helps passengers get compensated for delayed or canceled flights, has just released its rankings of 72 major global airlines.

Using a comprehensive database of flight statistics and tens of thousands of customer opinions, carriers were rated in three areas&mdashon-time performance, quality of service on the flight and claims processing of canceled or delayed flights. (Flights were considered on-time if they departed within 15 minutes of the published departure time, and arrived within 15 minutes of the slated arrival time.)

Qatar Airways maintained the number one spot it held in 2018, with a high rate of on-time flights, exceptional service and speedy and effective processing of claims.

On the other end of the spectrum, budget carriers like Ryanair, easyjet and Norwegian Air landed on the bottom of AirHelp's list, scoring poorly on punctuality, service and claims processing. A number of the lowest rated airlines made headlines this year for mistreatment of passengers: Ryanair, for example. was criticized for not paying out compensation after a pilot's strike caused massive cancelations.

"Airlines are dealing with a new type of traveler&mdasheducated, increasingly aware of her needs and rights, and able to choose between a broad range of air carriers," said AirHelp CEO Henrik Zillmer in a statement.

Nobody likes finding out their flight is canceled, says Zillmer, but if airlines process compensation claims quickly and without hassle, they can still earn customers' trust.

"It is clear the global airline industry is in need of significant improvement," he added, "with overbooked flights and cancellations making national headlines month after month, and the consistent mistreatment of passengers."

Below, the 15 worst-scoring airlines on AirHelp's global airline survey. Have you booked a flight on one of these carriers?


The 15 Worst Airlines in the World

Getting there is half the fun, they say. But nothing ruins a vacation like a bad flight. AirHelp, a for-profit agency that helps passengers get compensated for delayed or canceled flights, has just released its rankings of 72 major global airlines.

Using a comprehensive database of flight statistics and tens of thousands of customer opinions, carriers were rated in three areas&mdashon-time performance, quality of service on the flight and claims processing of canceled or delayed flights. (Flights were considered on-time if they departed within 15 minutes of the published departure time, and arrived within 15 minutes of the slated arrival time.)

Qatar Airways maintained the number one spot it held in 2018, with a high rate of on-time flights, exceptional service and speedy and effective processing of claims.

On the other end of the spectrum, budget carriers like Ryanair, easyjet and Norwegian Air landed on the bottom of AirHelp's list, scoring poorly on punctuality, service and claims processing. A number of the lowest rated airlines made headlines this year for mistreatment of passengers: Ryanair, for example. was criticized for not paying out compensation after a pilot's strike caused massive cancelations.

"Airlines are dealing with a new type of traveler&mdasheducated, increasingly aware of her needs and rights, and able to choose between a broad range of air carriers," said AirHelp CEO Henrik Zillmer in a statement.

Nobody likes finding out their flight is canceled, says Zillmer, but if airlines process compensation claims quickly and without hassle, they can still earn customers' trust.

"It is clear the global airline industry is in need of significant improvement," he added, "with overbooked flights and cancellations making national headlines month after month, and the consistent mistreatment of passengers."

Below, the 15 worst-scoring airlines on AirHelp's global airline survey. Have you booked a flight on one of these carriers?


The 15 Worst Airlines in the World

Getting there is half the fun, they say. But nothing ruins a vacation like a bad flight. AirHelp, a for-profit agency that helps passengers get compensated for delayed or canceled flights, has just released its rankings of 72 major global airlines.

Using a comprehensive database of flight statistics and tens of thousands of customer opinions, carriers were rated in three areas&mdashon-time performance, quality of service on the flight and claims processing of canceled or delayed flights. (Flights were considered on-time if they departed within 15 minutes of the published departure time, and arrived within 15 minutes of the slated arrival time.)

Qatar Airways maintained the number one spot it held in 2018, with a high rate of on-time flights, exceptional service and speedy and effective processing of claims.

On the other end of the spectrum, budget carriers like Ryanair, easyjet and Norwegian Air landed on the bottom of AirHelp's list, scoring poorly on punctuality, service and claims processing. A number of the lowest rated airlines made headlines this year for mistreatment of passengers: Ryanair, for example. was criticized for not paying out compensation after a pilot's strike caused massive cancelations.

"Airlines are dealing with a new type of traveler&mdasheducated, increasingly aware of her needs and rights, and able to choose between a broad range of air carriers," said AirHelp CEO Henrik Zillmer in a statement.

Nobody likes finding out their flight is canceled, says Zillmer, but if airlines process compensation claims quickly and without hassle, they can still earn customers' trust.

"It is clear the global airline industry is in need of significant improvement," he added, "with overbooked flights and cancellations making national headlines month after month, and the consistent mistreatment of passengers."

Below, the 15 worst-scoring airlines on AirHelp's global airline survey. Have you booked a flight on one of these carriers?


The 15 Worst Airlines in the World

Getting there is half the fun, they say. But nothing ruins a vacation like a bad flight. AirHelp, a for-profit agency that helps passengers get compensated for delayed or canceled flights, has just released its rankings of 72 major global airlines.

Using a comprehensive database of flight statistics and tens of thousands of customer opinions, carriers were rated in three areas&mdashon-time performance, quality of service on the flight and claims processing of canceled or delayed flights. (Flights were considered on-time if they departed within 15 minutes of the published departure time, and arrived within 15 minutes of the slated arrival time.)

Qatar Airways maintained the number one spot it held in 2018, with a high rate of on-time flights, exceptional service and speedy and effective processing of claims.

On the other end of the spectrum, budget carriers like Ryanair, easyjet and Norwegian Air landed on the bottom of AirHelp's list, scoring poorly on punctuality, service and claims processing. A number of the lowest rated airlines made headlines this year for mistreatment of passengers: Ryanair, for example. was criticized for not paying out compensation after a pilot's strike caused massive cancelations.

"Airlines are dealing with a new type of traveler&mdasheducated, increasingly aware of her needs and rights, and able to choose between a broad range of air carriers," said AirHelp CEO Henrik Zillmer in a statement.

Nobody likes finding out their flight is canceled, says Zillmer, but if airlines process compensation claims quickly and without hassle, they can still earn customers' trust.

"It is clear the global airline industry is in need of significant improvement," he added, "with overbooked flights and cancellations making national headlines month after month, and the consistent mistreatment of passengers."

Below, the 15 worst-scoring airlines on AirHelp's global airline survey. Have you booked a flight on one of these carriers?


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