Deadliest Airlines To Watch Out For

So, you’re thinking of flying to that hot spot destination you’ve always raved about eh? You might want to make sure that you’re flying with the right airline companies, though. This reputation got so bad that in 2013 the US Department of Transportation actually fined the airline over $1 million for this offence. For the first quarter of 2015 they only have an on-time performance average of 75.39% with the month of February going as low as 72.96% on time. After all, there are good ones, and there are bad ones, the latter of which comprise of the following… Lost baggage claims reports are as high as you can expect for one of the largest airline brands in the world. However, they are doing their best to make improvements.

United Airlines

Delayed flights are sure to be a turn off. Couple that with lost baggage claims, and you’ve got a sure fire loser. According to, the company’s global on-time performance for the first quarter of 2015 is an average of 75.34% with February reaching a low of 73.15% on-time.

Nepal Airlines

When you get 2 star ratings for service quality, you’d think that’s bad enough, but no. You just had to add cancelled flights into the mix, so shame on you, Nepal Airlines. This is clear when looking at their on-time performance for February 2015 as they’re on-time performance of 34% is nearly matched by their flight cancellations at 32%.

Air Koryo

What do comfort, poor check-in service, staff responsiveness and terrible transfer services have in common? Air Koryo, that’s what. The amount of extremely poor 1 and 2 star ratings in the Skytrax categories are too numerous to name but here’s just a few: check-in service, transfer service, arrival assistance, comfort, language skills, and staff response to request all the the lowest ranking of 1 star.