Airlineratings.com is packed with information about air travel and answers questions that many of us may have thought of, but didn’t know who to ask. Well, now you do!
Airlineratings.com was developed to provide everyone in the world with a one-stop-shop for everything related to airlines, formed by a team of aviation editors, who have forensically researched nearly every airline in the world.
Our rating system is rated from one to seven stars on safety – with seven being the highest ranking. Within each airline, you will find the country of origin, airline code, booking URL and seat map information. The rating system takes into account a number of different factors related to audits from aviation’s governing bodies, lead associations as well as the airline’s own safety data. Every airline has a safety rating breakdown so you can see exactly how they rate.
Over 230 of the airlines on the site that carry 99 per cent of the world’s passengers have a product rating. Given that low-cost, regional and full-service carriers are so different we have constructed a different rating system for each which can be found within each airline.
irlineratings.com has information on over 30 types of aircraft from the latest Boeing 787 to the A380 and smaller jets.
Best of all, there are simple answers to many of the quirky questions including:
- “What are all those noises after takeoff and before landing?”
- “Why do you have to put the window shades up for landing and takeoff?”
- “What is a winglet and what is it for?
- “Why is it so costly to fly short distances?”
- “How often is an aircraft maintained?
- “How strong is a wing?”
- “How do they test aircraft”
- “How often do plane tyres need to be replaced?”
A severe storm has caused travel chaos at Perth Airport with dozens of flights sent into complex holding patterns with numerous delays.
The storm deepened suddenly at 7.15 pm with the Bureau of Metrology issuing several updates and severe storm warnings.
Just after 8 pm, the wind abated sufficiently to allow landings to resume at Perth Airport.
Here are some of the aircraft in holding patterns at the height of the storm.