10 Piores Companhias Aéreas do Mundo (2013)

10 Worst Airlines In The World (2013)
Air travel can be a miserable experience these days, especially when you are flying economy class.
Since nothing is worse than being stuck in a small uncomfortable seat with limited leg room, terrible food, and rude service, we think the in-flight experience is the most important factor in enjoying your flight.

To compile this list, Business Insider looked at dozens of major international airlines that fly long-haul routes and have economy class seats. We looked at ratings (scored on a scale of one to five) from leading airline reviewer Skytrax for seat comfort, in-flight entertainment, cabin cleanliness and condition, quality of meals served, and service efficiency.
We included passenger reviews for each airline (scored out of ten) also from Skytrax.
We adjusted each measure to be out of 100, and averaged them to produce a final score that reflects the overall in-flight experience. Ratings are out of 100 points.

10. Syrian Air
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Rated 44.8 out of 100 for economy class.
Syrian Air is operating far fewer flights than it has in the past, due to EU sanctions put into place since the start of its civil war.
In 2012, one of its planes collided in midair with a military helicopter, over Damascus. The plane, carrying 200 people, landed safely, but the helicopter was destroyed. It's unclear is anyone onboard was injured or killed, according to the New York Times.
In-flight experience score is an average of ratings for seat comfort, in-flight entertainment, cabin cleanliness and condition, quality of meals served, service efficiency, and passenger reviews, provided by Skytrax.

9. Tajik Air
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Rated 43.3 out of 100 for economy class.
Established in 1923, Tajik Air is the national airline of Tajikistan. 
Its last fatal crash occurred in 1997, killing all 79 passengers and six of the seven crew members. Two crashes in 1993 killed more than 120 people, according to the Aviation Safety Network.
Skytrax gives Tajik Air two star rankings for comfort and staff interaction with passengers.
In-flight experience score is an average of ratings for seat comfort, in-flight entertainment, cabin cleanliness and condition, quality of meals served, service efficiency, and passenger reviews, provided by Skytrax.

8. Iceland Express
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Rated 42.8 out of 100 for economy class.
Iceland Express is a low-cost carrier that currently does not offer any flights to or from the U.S.
Its tiny fleet is composed of just two Airbus A320s, and the airline was acquired by carrier WOW Air in October 2012.
The airline got two stars from Skytrax for meal service, staff cabin presence, and assistance during boarding.
In-flight experience score is an average of ratings for seat comfort, in-flight entertainment, cabin cleanliness and condition, quality of meals served, service efficiency, and passenger reviews, provided by Skytrax.

7. Rossiya Airlines
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Rated 42.7 out of 100 for economy class.
St. Petersburg-based Rossiya Airlines just completed a fleet renewal program, but that may not be enough to bump it off of this list.
Most of its planes are made by Airbus, but it does have Boeings and Russian-made aircraft as well.
In 2010, it merged with Aeroflot, which then reported a 66% drop in profitability in 2012.
In-flight experience score is an average of ratings for seat comfort, in-flight entertainment, cabin cleanliness and condition, quality of meals served, service efficiency, and passenger reviews, provided by Skytrax.

6. Bulgaria Air
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Rated 41.8 out of 100 for economy class.
Founded in 2002, Bulgaria Air is based out of Bulgaria's capital, Sofia, and has a fleet of 18 planes.
It recently added low-cost flights to Amsterdam that will make it easier to connect to the U.S., Canada, and the rest of Europe.
It got two stars from Skytrax for amenities (like blankets and pillows), service efficiency, and staff language skills.
In-flight experience score is an average of ratings for seat comfort, in-flight entertainment, cabin cleanliness and condition, quality of meals served, service efficiency, and passenger reviews, provided by Skytrax.

5. Air Koryo
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Rated 39.2 out of 100 for economy class.
Flights on North Korea's state-owned airline — the world's only one-star carrier — include "revolutionary marching music," food that's described as "edible," and a concerning amount of water vapor in the cabin, according to past customers.
Of Air Koryo's entire fleet, only two of its new planes are permitted in European Union airspace.
The airline is currently trying to upgrade its aging aircraft, and will likely purchase new planes from Russia because of sanctions by the U.S. and EU.
In-flight experience score is an average of ratings for seat comfort, in-flight entertainment, cabin cleanliness and condition, quality of meals served, service efficiency, and passenger reviews, provided by Skytrax.

4. Uzbekistan Airways
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Rated 37.5 out of 100 for economy class.
Since its first flight in 1992, Uzbekistan Airways has had three fatal accidents, killing a total of 54 people.
It received one-star ratings for in-flight entertainment, amenities, and staff response to passenger requests, so it's no surprise it's the fourth worst airline on this list.
Most of its international flights depart from Tashkent, Uzbekistan's capital, but the airline operates international flights from other regional airports as well.
In-flight experience score is an average of ratings for seat comfort, in-flight entertainment, cabin cleanliness and condition, quality of meals served, service efficiency, and passenger reviews, provided by Skytrax.

3. Ukraine International Airlines
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Rated 36.3 out of 100 for economy class.
The airline that once flew Pope John Paul II around Ukraine has a relatively high passenger reviews score of 58, but it did poorly in the other categories, bringing its overall ranking to the third worst airline.
It is based in Kiev and operates flights to over 60 destinations across Europe, the Middle East, and Asia.
In-flight experience score is an average of ratings for seat comfort, in-flight entertainment, cabin cleanliness and condition, quality of meals served, service efficiency, and passenger reviews, provided by Skytrax.

2. Sudan Airways
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Rated 33.3 out of 100 for economy class.
Sudan Airways is the second-worst airline in the world for economy travelers.
While it did receive two stars for seat comfort, it did not score above two stars in any other category we considered.
The airline is currently banned by the European Union and serves only destinations within Sudan, Africa, and the Middle East.
In-flight experience score is an average of ratings for seat comfort, in-flight entertainment, cabin cleanliness and condition, quality of meals served, service efficiency, and passenger reviews, provided by Skytrax.

1. Turkmenistan Airlines
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Rated 30.8 out of 100 for economy class.
Turkmenistan Airlines is the worst airline to fly economy.
The carrier is based out of Ashgabat, the capital of Turkmenistan, and it has a fleet of Boeing airplanes for its passenger flights.
Turkmenistan is the first former Soviet state to use Boeing aircraft, and all of the airline's international flights are flown by Western-trained pilots.
Nonetheless, terrible rankings on Skytrax for in-flight entertainment, seat comfort, service efficiency, staff response to passenger requests, and staff language skills make it the worst airline you can find.
In-flight experience score is an average of ratings for seat comfort, in-flight entertainment, cabin cleanliness and condition, quality of meals served, service efficiency, and passenger reviews, provided by Skytrax.

11. Spirit
Rated 45 out of 100 for economy class.

12. Pegasus Airlines (tie)
Rated 45.8 out of 100 for economy class.

12. TAAG Angola Airlines (tie)
Rated 45.8 out of 100 for economy class.

Source: http://www.businessinsider.com/worst-airlines-to-fly-economy-2013-5?op=1

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