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No. 18: ExpressJet Airlines

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.33 complaints per 100,000 passengers

Ironically, it was a Continental flight operated by ExpressJet that made headlines in 2009 for keeping its passengers on the tarmac for six hours with overflowing bathroom facilities and no drinking water. (The incident helped lawmakers push for more regulation of treatment of passengers during flight delays.) But that incident, it seems, was an anomaly: ExpressJet’s overall performance gets a gold star.

Most-Complained-About Airlines 2010

No. 18: ExpressJet Airlines

.33 complaints per 100,000 passengers

Ironically, it was a Continental flight operated by ExpressJet that made headlines in 2009 for keeping its passengers on the tarmac for six hours with overflowing bathroom facilities and no drinking water. (The incident helped lawmakers push for more regulation of treatment of passengers during flight delays.) But that incident, it seems, was an anomaly: ExpressJet’s overall performance gets a gold star.

Courtesy of ExpressJet

Most-Complained-About Airlines 2010

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