American, Delta, United and JetBlue airlines are helping get passengers to safety as Hurricane Irma heads toward the U.S. mainland.
In the second quarter this year, for every million passengers, airlines bumped 44 people from scheduled flights.
A pilot took the time to write to most passengers on his United Airlines.
John Murray says United didn't do much to help ease his 15 hour trip back home that was supposed to be a three hour nonstop flight.
United Airlines is dealing with yet another PR nightmare after a valuable giant rabbit died on board one of its flights.
United Airlines, which recently made headlines for forcing a passenger off a flight, also ranked near the bottom.
United CEO Oscar Munoz agreed not to take his expected promotion as chairman after a passenger was dragged off one of the company's flights.
The airline says it won't let crew members take seats at the last minute anymore.
Delta Airlines is reportedly bumping up the maximum amount it will offer passengers to give up their seats on overbooked flights.
The footage shows three men wearing security uniforms speaking with a passenger then dragging him by his arms and legs across the aisle.
Airline slammed on social media after agent reportedly prevented 2 teens from boarding because they wore leggings.