A reader sent us this question on Twitter, so we asked a few people to share their personal experiences with each airline.
Here’s what we learned:1.
Delta Air Lines: Delta’s Air Line Experience Rating (ALR) score is rated as the lowest of any airline.
It’s the lowest score we’ve seen for any airline and it’s been that way since the start of 2016.
The company recently introduced a number of new features, including a new loyalty program and better customer service.
However, it’s still a low-scoring airline.2.
American Airlines: American Airlines is rated the third-lowest of the top 10 airlines by the ALR.
Its score of 82.3 is down from 85.9 in 2015.3.
United Airlines: United Airlines is a much higher scoring airline.
Its ALR score of 95.5 is up from 95.3 in 2015, and its average score of 90.9 is also up.
United was recently ranked the second-highest airline in our Top 50 airlines list, behind only Delta.4.
American Eagle Airlines: The American Eagle rating is based on the average of scores on a combination of our ratings and the scores of our airline partners, which include the Alaska Airlines and Delta Airlines.
American’s ALR is 93.8, which is higher than the 91.7 it received from our partners.5.
Alaska Airlines: Alaska’s AL-LOW score is also the highest of any of the airline partners.
It is 92.3, which beats out Delta’s 89.8.
The airline is the highest-rated airline in America, and it has an average score out of 100.4 for the first time in 20 years.6.
Frontier Airlines: Frontier’s ALLEG score is based primarily on the airline’s ability to provide high-quality customer service, as well as the company’s ability at airports around the country to offer safe and reliable travel.
Frontier’s average score is 92, which beat out Delta Air’s 89, and a score of 92.8 for the highest score since 2010.7.
Alaska Air Lines (AAAL): AAAL has been one of the lowest-scoring airlines in America for some time.
It has an ALLEGR score of 93.7 in 2016, which was down from 94.5 in 2015 and 91.4 in 2014.8 and Delta (DAL): Delta has consistently performed poorly in our ratings, and the airline has been struggling to improve.
Its lowest score since 2006 is 92 in 2016.9.
Southwest Airlines: Southwest has consistently been one the lowest scoring airlines in the country.
The carrier received a score from our rating in 2015 of 93 in our list of America’s best airlines, but that score fell to 94 in 2016 and 95 in 2015 when it had a new program to help attract and retain low-cost travelers.
It recently upgraded its pricing and services, but it’s not clear how the program will affect its scores.10.
United MileagePlus: United’s average scores have been among the worst of any American airline since 2009.
It received an ALRED score of 86 in 2015 from our partner, but the airline hasn’t had a good year since then, ranking in the bottom 10 in our rankings for the second straight year.
The American Airlines and United MileagesPlus programs, which were announced in 2015 as part of the merger of American and United, were meant to improve service to low-income travelers, but United’s scores have consistently been among those of the worst in the industry.