The rating of the worst airlines in Europe, from which you should stay away, was presented to its readers by the Daily Mail newspaper. The low-cost airline Wizz Air, based in Budapest, was in the first least honorable place.
The rating, we note, is based on a survey of British tourists – more than 8 thousand of them took part. It evaluated several criteria, including customer service, value for money, and boarding experience. Wizz Air received an overall customer rating of 48%, which is rated as a “terrible experience”. Tourists gave “one star” – i.e. two with a minus – to the carrier for the experience of boarding, the atmosphere in the cabin, and the comfort of the seats. By the way, the publication comments that Wizz Air is the “record holder” for such an unpleasant criterion as the distance between rows in economy class — the carrier has the smallest legroom among all airlines.
In terms of inconvenience, even the main “competitor” lags behind the Budapest low-cost carrier – the scandalous budget pioneer Ryanair. The budget “daughter” of Lufthansa a/c Eurowings took third place from the end. The German carrier itself, by the way, did not take long to leave the “tail” of the rating, occupying the fifth place from the tail.
Turkish Airlines is recognized by the British as more or less worthy and is in second place in the rating. Jet2 is on the first one.