Rate Your Favorite Airline in the AirTravel2016 Survey — and Possibly Win Prizes

T hrough Friday, December 30, 2016, you have the opportunity to participate in the AirTravel2016 survey from Frequent Business Traveler in which you can rate your favorite airline; and after participating in the survey, you will have the opportunity to win a prize — such as:

  • An in-flight bedding set from one of three major airlines
  • Amembership in FoundersCard
  • Passes to a Delta Sky Club airport lounge
  • An amenity kit from Pan American World Airways
  • One of several vintage pieces of airline memorabilia

Rate Your Favorite Airline in the Air Travel 2016 Survey

There are only six total questions to the survey, which should take you only a minute or two to complete — and you can opine, elaborate on your thoughts and relate your experiences pertaining to traveling as a passenger aboard an airplane as operated by an airline in this discussion posted on FlyerTalk.

If you are using a mobile portable electronic device, click here for the best possible mobile survey experience.

Frequent Business Traveler and FlyerTalk — which is the largest Internet travel community in the world with a rich base of travel knowledge — are collaborating with FoundersCard and ThinkWire to rate commercial airlines around the world on all aspects: from cabin crew friendliness and service to seat comfort to the value of elite status, to name a few.


Air travel may be the most efficient and convenient means of getting from your origination to your destination; but we can likely agree that both air travel and the airlines are far from perfect.

This is your opportunity to rate the airlines with which you fly the most as a passenger and provide direct feedback in the form of comments and suggestions for that specific airline.

You are also welcome to opine in the Comments section below.

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