Ryanair's planes named 'dirtiest' in UK
9 November 2019, 09:16
Ryanair’s planes have been named the dirtiest in the UK in a survey of passengers.
The poll, conducted by Which? Travel found that Ryanair had the lowest score for cleanliness, with just 42 per cent of people giving the airline a ‘good’ score.
Ryanair also had the highest score for ‘poor’ cleanliness, at 24 per cent in the survey of 8,000 Which? members.
Wizz air and Vueling came joint second for airlines with ‘poor’ cleanliness.
Air New Zealand was voted the cleanest airline, with 97 per cent of people giving the airline a ‘good’ rating.
Neither Singapore Airlines nor Emirates got a ‘poor’ cleanliness rating.
Ryanair has not yet responded to the survey.
Airlines rated 'poor' for cleanliness
. Ryanair - 24 per cent
. Wizz Air and Vueling Airlines - 10 per cent
. easyJet - 8 per cent
. TUI Airways - 7 per cent
. Iberia and British Airways - 6 per cent
. Jet2.com and Etihad Airways - 4 per cent
. Aer Lingus and Norwegian - 3 per cent
. Singapore Airlines - 2 per cent
. Virgin Atlantic and Swiss Airlines - 1 per cent
. Air New Zealand, Cathay Pacific, Singapore Airlines and Emirates - 0 per cent
Airlines rated 'good' for cleanliness
. Air New Zealand - 97 per cent
. Singapore Airlines - 96 per cent
. Emirates and Qatar Airways - 95 per cent
. Cathay Pacific and Swiss Airlines - 94 per cent
. Virgin Atlantic - 89 per cent
. Etihad Airways - 87 per cent
. Norwegian - 86 per cent
. Jet2.com - 81 per cent
. Aer Lingus - 79 per cent
. British Airways - 78 per cent
. TUI Airways - 73 per cent
. easyJet - 68 per cent
. Iberia and Vueling Airlines - 63 per cent
. Wizz Air - 62 per cent
. Ryanair - 42 per cent