America’s favorite airline is…

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America’s favorite airline is…
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If you want a great travel experience, you may want to fly with one of the top five U.S.-based airlines that made a new list from Condé Nast Traveler.

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These are America’s top 5 airlines

More than 300,000 travelers took part in the 29th annual Readers’ Choice Awards survey to help the magazine name the best of the best — and here are the picks for favorite airlines in the USA! 

5. Southwest Airlines

America's favorite airline is...

Dallas-based Southwest Airlines serves nearly 100 destinations across the country, providing travelers with two free checked bags and no fees for changing your ticket.

4. Alaska Airlines

America's favorite airline is...

On track to merge with Virgin America, Alaska Airlines is one of the most popular airlines on the West Coast, offering a guarantee that luggage will arrive within 20 minutes of arrival. 

3. Hawaiian Airlines

America's favorite airline is...

Rated the most punctual carrier in the U.S., Hawaiian Airlines is the largest provider of passenger air service from its primary visitor markets on the U.S. mainland.

2. JetBlue Airways

America's favorite airline is...

With more than 900 daily flights, the low-cost carrier JetBlue Airways prides itself on offering free snacks, plenty of entertainment and “the most legroom in coach.” 

1. Virgin America

America's favorite airline is...

Virgin America has captured the top spot for the ninth year in a row. The carrier features mood-lit cabins, comfortable leather seats, touch-screen entertainment and award-winning food options.

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